ALVIN, Texas — An Alvin couple had an interesting date last weekend.
Josh Walters and his wife said they decided to spend the evening together by ordering food and watching a movie, so they ordered DoorDash.
Walters said he heard someone ring his doorbell, so he decided to check the security camera. Instead of seeing the delivery driver, he noticed an officer from the Alvin Police Department at his door.
Thinking of the worst case scenario, Walters opened the door, worried that something was wrong with one of his children. Instead, he was met by a food service officer.
“I open the door and the officer says, ‘Good evening, did you order DoorDash?’ Well, your DoorDash driver is going to jail, but I wanted to deliver your food,” Walters wrote in a viral Facebook post.
Alvin Police Capt. Todd Arundell downplayed the interaction, saying it wasn’t a big deal and that the officer was just doing his job.
“It was nice to do,” Arendelle said. “That’s what people have to do.”
Meanwhile, Walter’s order still says the driver should be arriving soon, but we know that’s definitely not the case.