A friend of mine was driving from one location to another on a secondary highway for work. She stopped to pick up a late teen/early 20's boy who was hitching. She admitted later that it wasn't the smartest thing she'd ever done but it was broad daylight and people were expecting her.
So she pulls over to let him out where he'd asked her to and he turns to her and says, 'Wanna [fuddleduddle]?' She was very quick thinking, glanced at her watch and said that she really didn't have time; she had to get to a meeting. So the kid says OK, hops out of the car and she drives off. Presumably the offer was in payment for the ride??
Reader, I don't blame you at all for turning the guy down. I'm not sure it was rude to ask but it was certainly clueless. As a fairly large guy, he should be aware that he presents a somewhat intimidating visage.
The city I used to live in had a woman who would jump into cars at stoplights and instruct the driver where to take her. It happened to a friend of mine and he actually drove her because she wouldn't get out of the car! Personally, I would have refused and not moved until she did get out, despite any line up piling up behind me when I didn't go through the light. If I didn't have my phone handy, hopefully someone behind would have called the police and they could have sorted it out.