Ridiculous moment a courier THROWS a parcel into a customer’s backyard: ‘Not like it was fragile’
- Courier was captured throwing a ‘fragile’ package over the fence of a residence
- Customer posted footage to TikTok where botched delivery quickly went viral
- He claimed his package was ‘fragile’ and asked the postie to respect his property
A brazen postie has sent internet users into hysterics after footage of him hurling a ‘fragile’ package over a fence went viral – before the furious customer hit back.
The courier was captured on CCTV clutching a brown box and looking around nervously while standing outside the resident’s front yard.
After several seconds of indecision, the postie makes a split-second decision to send the box containing an unknown object flying over a tall wooden fence.
The box lands on a gravel path and falls on its side as the courier sprints away from the residence and disappears down the street.
A brazen postie has sent internet users into hysterics after footage of him hurling a ‘fragile’ package over the fence went viral – as the furious customer hits back
After several seconds of indecision, the postie makes a split-second decision to send the box containing an unknown object flying over a tall wooden fence
The resident uploaded the footage of the botched delivery to TikTok on Wednesday with the caption: ‘Yeah no worries, that package wasn’t fragile at all’.
‘Y’all need to speak to your employees about damn property respect.’
The video has since gone viral, racking up almost 200,000 views in one day, with internet users quick to share their thoughts on the courier’s unique delivery style.
‘The way he ran away,’ one said, with over 1,000 people liking the comment.
‘Why did he have to yeet it like that! I was expecting at least a drop over the top,’ another said.
‘He could have easily placed it down in that corner and unless your looking for it you wouldn’t see it,’ a third wrote.
‘Put it on top of the fence mate she’ll be good,’ a fourth suggested.
‘He thought it was a grenade,’ another joked.
The box lands on a gravel path and falls on its side as the courier, who wears a high-vis vest sprints away from the residence and down the street
However, others claimed the homeowner had a responsibility to answer the door quicker.
‘Then open the door on time,’ one user said.
‘Have an accessible safe spot then,’ a second wrote, to which the homeowner replied: ‘There is one at the front of the house lol’.
‘Well did you write it down? These people are stressed and timed heavily so they don’t get time to figure out where you want it,’ a third wrote.