Uber Eats driver walks onto court during Duquesne-Loyola Chicago game trying to deliver McDonald’s

An Uber Eats delivery driver walked onto the court to try and deliver someone McDonald’s during the Duquesne-Loyola Chicago game on Wednesday night. (AP/Keith Srakocic)

Someone working at the UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse really wanted McDonald’s on Wednesday night.

They just didn’t give the best delivery instructions to their Uber Eats delivery driver … or wait for a better moment.

Just minutes into the second half of Duquesne’s game against Loyola Chicago, a deliver driver wandered onto the court with a bag of food and a drink from McDonald’s. The delivery person seemed lost and, after looking around the arena for a little bit, suddenly decided to walk right behind play. That spooked a referee and briefly led to a delay in the game.


The whole situation is wild. Just watch:

This has to be a first for college basketball, though we’re still left with plenty more questions than answers.

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Abby Schnable, someone at the video board had ordered the food — so the driver was at least in the right place. How the delivery person got into the arena without a ticket is anybody’s guess.

The food eventually got to its intended recipient, and the game continued. Duquesne beat Loyola Chicago 72-58, which snapped a two-game losing skid for the Dukes.

Hopefully the driver got a big tip for their troubles.