Shocking moment careless delivery man MARKS a package in a driveway while another kicks a fragile $250 box – while Australia’s worst couriers are caught red-handed
- CCTV footage of delivery drivers throwing away parcels has been shared
- Micheal saw his fragile $250 birthday present nestled in his front bushes
- The vision shows the driver kicking the package and rolling down his driveway
- Other shoppers have shared images of packages being thrown over their fences
Careless delivery guys have been caught throwing boxes over gates, slamming them into customers’ front doors and even kicking them down driveways in shocking CCTV.
As incarcerated Australians turn to online shopping more than ever, outraged customers have shared images of some of their biggest delivery blunders.
One delivery man was caught throwing a package in a driveway, while another was caught throwing a box over a gate before it crashed into a resident’s front door.
In another view, thieves are seen sneaking into people’s backyards to steal newly delivered packages.
Michael, a disgruntled customer, saw his package nestled in bushes and reported: A current matter that the delivery was a fragile birthday present worth $250.
But CCTV footage showed a delivery person kicking the package, after which it rolled over.
He then snaps a photo to confirm the package has been delivered before pushing it into the undergrowth.
Australia’s worst deliverers have been caught kicking and throwing away online orders (pictured, man pushing a fragile package into a bush)
“We never received any compensation for the goods. We’ve received an email that the driver will be spoken to, but that’s it,” said Michael.
Micheal said he uploaded the footage to the carrier’s Facebook page, Aramex, but it was quickly removed.
Another Aramex driver was seen on CCTV footage delivering packages in his pajamas.
The camera then captures another man stealing the delivery in a brutal theft.
In images shared by disgruntled customers, drivers have been spotted rolling parcels in bushes and throwing orders into front doors
On other CCTV footage, packages are thrown into properties without hesitation.
In a statement, Aramex claimed that the volume of online deliveries has skyrocketed since Australians have been in lockdown.
“Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, we have experienced an 80% increase in the delivery and collection volume across the network, and we are committed to delivering more than 190,000 packages every day,” the statement reads.