Confession of a limo chauffeur @KenyanTraffic
My passenger chartered a limousine to travel out of town for the proposal. The venue was a place called Tip’s in the in the outskirts of Naivasha. But even the exquisite dinner and the limousine ride weren’t enough for a young lady. She not only rejected the marriage proposal, but hurled the engagement ring across the dimly lit restaurant. The rejected bachelor, the wait staff and I spent a good half hour searching with flashlights trying to find the rejected ring without success.
As we loaded up into the limo for the 1.5 hour ride home, there was obvious tension. I had no idea how crazy this ride would get. The partition was up and for the first 30 minutes of the ride, all was quiet. Then, a physical fight erupted. Glass broke, clothes ripped, and chaos ensued as I pulled the car off the road to intervene. Both apologized and promised it wouldn’t happen again and they would behave. I called my dispatcher to explain my situation and I expected more drama.
Much to my surprise, the car was quiet for the next several miles. It appeared they had kissed and made up. Maybe this was their thing. I don’t know. Shortly after I could hear them laughing about the events of the night and how ridiculous they had behaved.