Man orders showers on Amazon, but receives a urine sample with the name and date of birth of a woman
That is an example sale! Man orders showering on Amazon, but instead receives urine samples with a woman's name and date of birth
- An Amazon customer in Alabama accidentally received a urine sample from a woman
- The Tuscumbia man was notified that his shower hooks had arrived on Thursday
- Anonymous Colbert County customer says his son thought it was funny when he watched him reach inside and pulled out the yellow liquid sample in a container
- Amazon said she & # 39; really regret & # 39; but told him about the urine: & # 39; We don't want it & # 39;
- The customer saves the sample with a date of birth and a name in the hope that someone will claim it quickly
- He was told that his showers would eventually arrive on Saturday
An Amazon customer in Alabama wants to respond after ordering shower curtain rings, but instead has received a urine sample with the name and date of birth of the woman to whom it belongs.
The anonymous man from Tuscumbia says that he received a message from the website last Thursday that his package had been delivered to UPS.
When the Amazon Prime member opened his post, however, he realized that it was a fairly special delivery.
& # 39; I opened it. And when I stretched out my hand and pulled it out. A sort of urine specimen or something similar, & # 39; explained the Colbert County customer WHNT 19.
An Amazon customer in Alabama accidentally received a urine sample from a woman. He put his hand in his package and took out the yellow liquid sample container
The anonymous Colbert County customer says his son thought it was funny when he saw him open the Amazon Prime package
The Tuscumbia man had expected the shower curtain rings that he had ordered
However, he and his family have managed to see the funny side.
The Prime customer – who uses the service that promises free delivery within two days – had hoped to be able to hang his shower curtain when he tore open the plastic.
But instead, he was more likely to accidentally receive a golden shower than a metal set of rings.
Fortunately it was completely sealed in a plastic bag.
& # 39; I was very surprised. My son was standing there watching me open it and he was laughing loudly about it, & # 39; the bewildered Amazon user explained.
The man was told when he ordered that he would receive parts of his shower order separately.
Although he has no idea where his hooks should go, he says there is a woman – who probably sent her urine for testing – who was unaware that he never reached the destination.
Amazon said they are really sorry, but told him about the urine & # 39; we don't want it, & said the anonymous man (whose body is pictured) said
The Tuscumbia man was notified that his showers had arrived at UPS on Thursday, but on Saturday instead
Her name and birthday were included in the package, but the unintended recipient says he will last a little longer in case someone wants to collect it.
He claims that Amazon on the other hand wants nothing to do with it.
& # 39; They just said it was really sorry & # 39; and & # 39; we don't want it & # 39 ;, the man revealed.
The customer said an Amazon representative told him that he would receive the shower hooks on Saturday.
But it still doesn't explain why he left the yellow things behind.
Amazon did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for comment.
The customer saves the sample with a date of birth and a name in the hope that someone will claim it quickly
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