A leaked email from the French armed forces is warning soldiers about possible poison attacks from those delivering food through delivery apps such as Uber Eats or Deliveroo.
The email, which was first circulated on social media over the weekend, warns soldiers against identifying themselves as soldiers on food delivery apps saying there is a “risk of attempted poisoning of military personnel.”
“Following several events in recent weeks, the relevant services are warning of the risk of attempted poisoning of military personnel. Indeed, several incidents have been recorded, at the national level, during meal deliveries via digital platforms and online delivery,” the email states.
“Faeces and pieces of glass were discovered. Threats have been made by delivery drivers against military personnel,” the email adds.
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