Shocking moment, a courier driver from the NZ Post throws a package out of his van window before he drives off
“Curious as to why your parcels have been broken?”
- A courier driver from NZ Post was caught throwing a package from the van window
- Incident was caught in front of Scott Gardiner’s Auckland on February 14
- The copper delivery returned from the driveway after throwing the package
A courier driver was caught while he throws a package out of his van before he drives off.
CCTV taken in front of Scott Gardiner’s house in Auckland, New Zealand, had the cheeky delivery person of the NZ Post throw a small rectangular package on the front door on February 14.
“Have you ever wondered why your courier parcels were broken?” Mr. Gardiner wrote on Facebook in addition to images of the incident.
A courier driver was caught while he throws a package out of his van before he drives off
“View this new” “time-saving” delivery technology to our home this morning. ”
The driver did not get out of his yellow van during the delivery of the package and instead entered the driveway after hurling the package.
Mr. Gardiner told the New Zealand Herald his wife was expecting a set of contact lenses when she asked Mr. Gardiner if they had arrived.
“I said,” I haven’t heard anyone knock at the door. ” I had been home all day, so I decided to look at the camera to see what time it was delivered, “Mr. Gardiner explained.
“Then I came across those images of the driver hurling him to our front door.”
Mr. Gardiner said the images “hit a chord” with members of the Greenhithe community and many of them have contacted him in the past about receiving damaged packages.
CCTV taken in front of Scott Gardiner’s home in Auckland had the copper delivery boy throw a small rectangular package onto the front door on February 14
“Fortunately it wasn’t vulnerable, but it could have been a delicate item … We were lucky,” he said.
An NZ Post spokeswoman said she apologized about the incident.
“NZ Post would like to sincerely apologize for this case of incorrect delivery,” she said in a statement to Daily Mail Australia.
‘This does not meet the high service standards that we are proud of.
“We will talk to this driver and work to support our people in continuing to meet service standards.”
An NZ Post spokeswoman said she apologized about the incident. “NZ Post would like to sincerely apologize for this case of incorrect delivery,” she said in a statement to Daily Mail Australia.