Moment when female Amazon driver ‘pees at the bottom of customers’ driveways’ before handing over their package
An Amazon driver taking a cheeky toilet break outside her van was caught on CCTV by the homeowners she delivered to.
Les Watson, 54, and Emma Marsden, 44, had been eagerly awaiting the delivery of their new clippers.
They tracked the delivery and monitored the CTTV camera outside their front door on Feb. 28.
When the delivery driver arrived that evening, they noticed she had fallen and feared she was injured.
But when they rechecked the footage after giving birth, they discovered the truth – that she had peed at the bottom of their driveway.
The Amazon Prime delivery van pulls up in front of the home of Les Watson and Emma Marsden on February 28
The delivery driver can be seen crouching behind the door of her van before urinating at the bottom of the driveway
The CCTV footage shows the Amazon Prime van pulling up outside the house before the woman jumps out of the cab.
Leaning over behind the van’s open door, she quickly pulls down her pants and pees, before getting back up a few seconds later.
She looks around to see if anyone has noticed before grabbing the package for Mr Watson and Mrs Marsden and delivering it to their home.
The couple, looking at camera at home, thought she may have been injured when she crouched down after jumping out of the van.
After a few seconds, she quickly pulls up her pants and resumes delivering the clippers
The Amazon driver delivered the package after her quick toilet break and soon drove off to complete other deliveries
Amazon has previously been criticized by drivers for not allowing enough time for toilet breaks on delivery routes.
Members of the GMB union, based in a department store in Coventry, walked out in a pay dispute earlier this week after voting in favor of industrial action.
The union, which is not recognized by the retail giant, is asking for a base salary of £15.
Warehouse workers for Amazon are currently recruited for a wage of £10.75 an hour, which equates to almost £21,000 a year for those working 37 and a half hours a week. Employees also have the option of working overtime.
An Amazon spokesperson said: ‘We have very high standards for the delivery service providers we work with and how they serve customers. We will be in touch with the customer to apologize for the experience and to rectify this.”
The spokesperson said they were committed to treating drivers with respect and setting “realistic performance expectations.”
They continued: ‘We use advanced technology to plan delivery routes to ensure drivers don’t arrive with too many packages and drive with them.
‘Drivers deliver at their own pace and take breaks at their own discretion and this is clearly communicated during training.’