Taco Bell Employee Fired After Attacking Uber Driver On Video

Taco Bell Employee Fired After Attacking Uber Driver On Video


The Orange County man arrested this weekend on suspicion of assaulting his Uber driver is no longer working as a corporate manager for Taco Bell, the company said Monday.

Benjamin Golden, 32, of Newport Beach was taken into custody Friday night and booked on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and assaulting a taxicab operator, Costa Mesa police Sgt. Jerry Souza said.

Golden’s driver posted dashboard camera images of the alleged attack on YouTube, where it has been viewed more than 500,000 times.

In a statement provided to The Times, Taco Bell Corp. said that Golden had worked as a marketing manager for the Irvine-based company.

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