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Lee-Anne Camorra, (photo) owner of a beauty salon became & # 39; disgusting & # 39; left behind after her delivery of 29 eyelash extension packages was crushed by Australia Post

Urinating in a pot plant, swinging packages to doors and missing merchandise: revealing images show postions that behave badly

  • Australian postions were recorded on film that delivered carefree packages
  • Some urinated in a pot plant and even threw packages on roofs
  • The woman claims that she has lost up to $ 800 in damage after the package turned up crushed
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Entities urinating in a pot plant, hurling parcels to doors and parcels that are missing are just some of the problems that people face with delivery services.

Incredible images have revealed how a series of Australian postmen inadvertently deliver packages – making customers angry.

Many customers missed receiving their mail because some postmen were caught throwing packages on people's roofs, refusing to ring the doorbell and placing them in places where they could be stolen.

Lee-Anne Camorra, (photo) owner of a beauty salon became & # 39; disgusting & # 39; left behind after her delivery of 29 eyelash extension packages was crushed by Australia Post

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Lee-Anne Camorra, (photo) owner of a beauty salon became & # 39; disgusting & # 39; left behind after her delivery of 29 eyelash extension packages was crushed by Australia Post

Lee-Anne Camorra, owner of a beauty salon, remained & # 39; disgusted & # 39; after her delivery of 29 eyelash extension packages was crushed by Australia Post.

& # 39; It was cut into pieces – the package. We were actually shocked by the state it was in, & Mrs. Camorra said An ongoing case.

& # 39; I was quite disgusted. & # 39;

Mrs. Camorra estimated that the damaged lashes would bring her back around $ 800, including loss of income.

Australia Post has sent her an apology letter, but it has also been torn.

Camorra was eventually reimbursed for the damaged product.

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Another customer, Jessica Robson, had her package stolen after a postman left it in front of the door, without ringing the bell.

Just two hours after delivery, Mrs. Robinson said a young boy decided to come and steal the package.

Mrs. Robinson claimed that Australia Post said it was left in a safe place and that they had nothing else to do.

Ian Lenton, who runs a small company, was another customer who was left disappointed by Australia Post.

One post was even recorded on film that urinated in a pot plant before it left the house (photo)

One post was even recorded on film that urinated in a pot plant before it left the house (photo)

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One post was even recorded on film that urinated in a pot plant before it left the house (photo)

Mr. Lenton had sent T-shirts in an amount of $ 2500 to a customer before he heard that the delivery was missing.

He said he spent about 20-30 hours on the phone trying to track down the package he thought had almost destroyed his company.

The delivery managed to appear a month later, but in terrible circumstances.

& # 39; The boxes were in a terrible state, dirty, dirty – really thrown away, & # 39; said Mr. Lenton.

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In some cases, postmen were seen who threw carefree packages and some even threw on human roofs.

Others were so lazy that they did not ring the doorbell, but simply left a note.

One postman hit a neighbor's trailer when she delivered a package, while another drove his motorcycle onto the deck of a house.

Many deliverers have been captured and carefree packages thrown in people's front gardens (photo)

Many deliverers have been captured and carefree packages thrown in people's front gardens (photo)

Many deliverers have been captured and carefree packages thrown in people's front gardens (photo)

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"Our postmen and deliverers work hard every day throughout Australia to ensure that customers receive their mail on time, and the vast majority of our packages are delivered on time with no problems," an Australian Post spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia in a statement.

& # 39; Last year we delivered more than three billion packages and letters effectively and on time, including millions of items in time for Christmas. Complaints to the Australian Post Ombudsman about Australia Post also decreased by 30 percent.

Hoewel Although cases of lost or delayed e-mail are rare, we take such instances seriously. We encourage customers to contact us at 13 POST so that we can work closely with them to investigate their complaints and offer appropriate compensation.

& # 39; Cases of postal theft or tampering with a customer's property after it has been delivered are punishable and customers must immediately report the theft to the police. & # 39;

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