Shopper is left FUMING over ‘careless’ postie caught tossing her fragile parcel: ‘It had vapes in it’
- A woman is furious after a courier carelessly dropped her parcel with her vapes
- She captured the incident via a home security camera and blamed Australia Post
- The response to the clip was divided, with some feeling the woman overreacted
A woman has been left seething after discovering a delivery driver had carelessly tossed her parcel containing vapes at her front doorstep.
The woman captured the moment from the courier via her home security camera.
She shared the vision to the Facebook group Australia Post Complaints and vented her frustrations.
A woman is seething after discovering a delivery driver had carelessly tossed her parcel containing vapes at her front doorstep
‘CARELESS POSTIE!!!!!! Soooo mad…. parcel had vapes in it,’ she began.
‘Lucky they didn’t break but AusPost has done absolutely nothing about it.’
The reaction to the clip was mixed, with many commenting on the post with genuine shock over the driver’s careless actions.
‘Unfortunately, have to assume the worst from AP and make sure the sender packs tightly. I’ve seen a postie chuck a $3500+ CDJ player into his van like it was a football with no care in sight,’ said one.
‘That is definitely wrong. I’ve done this job before and that is absolutely against delivery procedure,’ commented another.
The woman captured the negligent moment from the courier via her home security camera. She shared the vision to social media and vented her frustrations
The reaction to the clip was mixed, with many commenting on the post with genuine shock over the driver’s careless actions, while others believed the frustrated woman was overreacting
Others believed the woman was overreacting to the delivery of her parcel.
‘So nothing broke, and your parcel arrived safely… what is your complaint?’ one woman replied.
‘Nothing careless. There’s rules as to how far you can throw certain items,’ said a man.
A third added: ‘They don’t offer a fragile service. Seller should have sent with someone else.’
One user targeted the woman’s vaping habit in their response, writing, ‘ At least it arrived! And vaping collapses peoples lungs by the way’.
Many respondents pointed out that the delivery driver was likely not from Australian Post and was possibly a contractor instead.