On the way back from an unsuccessful trip, Michael follows the Global Positioning System, despite Dwight's screams, and drives their rental vehicle into a lake.
The driver, only identified as Fred by Business Insider, was reportedly driving two passengers through San Francisco, on his way to pick up a third, when he made the wrong turn just before 1:30 p.m.
An Uber driver says he was following his mapping app when he took a wrong turn out of a Safeway parking lot in San Francisco and ended up driving down a flight of stairs.More news: Cong and other opposition MPs remain seated in Rajya Sabha despite adjournment
The auto, a white Toyota Camry, got stuck at about 1:23 p.m. local time, according to the San Francisco Police Department. As if the indignity of getting stuck on the stairs wasn't enough, the tow cable broke as a truck tried to remove it, and the vehicle rolled forward and hit a fire hydrant and a city-owned trash can. In 2014, a cab driver got his Toyota stuck going down those same steps.
The driver said that he was using the Uber map at the time and the app instructed him to go down the stairs.