Just one day after IPO, Uber driver allegedly tried to kidnap two female passengers

Just one day after its IPO, an Uber driver was accused of trying to kidnap two female passengers.

The alleged incident took place in the early hours of Saturday morning, according to a statement from the City of Pittsburgh. It comes after Uber’s UBER, -7.62% initial public offering on Friday. The company’s shares were trading below the IPO price of $45 at Friday’s close.

The two women told police officers that the driver made inappropriate comments about their looks, did not follow the GPS and, when they told the Uber driver to pull over at an intersection, he put the car in park and allegedly told them, “You’re not going anywhere.

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