LJ Pryor doesn't want to work for Lyft anymore.
Alfredo Medez on Flickr Sorry, ma'am, you're technically breaking the law.
"I don't want to get in trouble, that's for sure," Pryor, 45, tells Daily RFT. "They'll have to get somebody else."
Lyft, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing app, launches here today, even though the company never got a license to operate in St. Louis City and County, something Pryor didn't know until he read a story in the Riverfront Times.