Shocking footage shows Amazon delivery worker deliberately damaging parcels 


‘If your Amazon order is f*****, it’s because of me!’: Shocking footage shows delivery worker deliberately damaging parcels

  • The unidentified man is seen throwing Amazon parcels into metal cages 
  • As he does so with force, the parcels are seen to bend and he laughs to himself
  • He picks up another and repeats the action, shouting ‘Get in there!’ 
  • MailOnline has approached Amazon for comment

Shocking footage has emerged of an Amazon warehouse worker gleefully ramming parcels into metal cages and sniggering as they are bent or damaged.

The man tells viewers in a post on Instagram: ‘You better believe, if you ever order from Amazon and your parcel comes f****d, Just know, innit – I f****d it up!’

As he speaks, he forcefully shoves a parcel into a small metal sorting cage, causing it to bend, then picks up another from a large plastic trolley and repeats the action, shouting ‘Get in there!’ as another possible Christmas gift is damaged.

Shocking footage has emerged of an Amazon warehouse worker gleefully ramming parcels into metal cages. The video starts with footage of a man in an orange vest (above) before moving to a person who roughly handles parcels in the unknown warehouse

The video, posted on Instagram, will be hugely embarrassing for the online giant

The video, posted on Instagram, will be hugely embarrassing for the online giant

The video, posted on Instagram, begins with footage of a man in an orange vest sorting through parcels.

It is not clear if this is the same man who is then seen shoving parcels roughly into the cage in the unknown warehouse. 

The footage will be hugely embarrassing for Amazon as customers turn to them increasingly with the second lockdown in place and the busy Christmas season approaching.

The incident comes only two days after a driver for parcel courier Hermes was sacked after being filmed throwing parcels he’d collected from a Co-op Store in Gloucester into his truck as hard as he could.

Hermes said the man was an agency driver who was ‘removed from the business’. 

In other stories on the Instagram account, a man is seen arriving for work at Amazon, and approaching his locker with the words ‘Back at it again, here we go, hello baby!’

In other stories on the Instagram account, a man is seen arriving for work at Amazon, and approaching his locker with the words ‘Back at it again, here we go, hello baby!’

The incident comes only two days after a driver for parcel courier Hermes was sacked after being filmed throwing parcels he’d collected from a Co-op Store in Gloucester into his truck as hard as he could

The unidentified man tells viewers in a post on Instagram: ‘You better believe, if you everorder from Amazon and your parcel comes f****d, Just know, innit – I f****d it up!’

As he speaks, he forcefully shoves a parcel into a small metal sorting cage, causing it to bend, then picks up another from a large plastic trolley and repeats the action, shouting ‘Get in there!’

As he speaks, he forcefully shoves a parcel into a small metal sorting cage, causing it to bend, then picks up another from a large plastic trolley and repeats the action, shouting ‘Get in there!’

MailOnline approached Amazon for comment.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk