‘Hey Amazon…are you kidding me?’ Homeowner shares shocking footage of delivery driver THROWING his package from the driveway onto a balcony twice – after missing the first time
- Homeowner catches the whole thing on security camera– from two angles!
- Driver tosses, picks package up from driveway and tosses again, then takes a pic
- Homeowner’s wife asks the guy ‘really?’ and he replies ‘yup’ as he’s walking away
- Video on YouTube has been viewed more than 10,000 times since Thursday
Artem Russakovsii of Oakland,California captured video on his his home security video cameras of an Amazon Local delivery guy hurling a package up onto his balcony.
The angry homeowner posted the video onYouTube, with the question, ‘Hey Amazon, this is how your last mile delivery driver delivered my package today. Are you kidding me?’
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The video shows the delivery man as he tosses the package up to a second floor landing. He hits the railing and the package comes back down.
But, if at first you don’t succeed… He picks the package up off the driveway and tosses it again. This time it lands where it was meant to.
Meanwhile he takes a picture, perhaps it was to show that the package had been delivered.
But that’s not all, Artem’s wife was watching from the car. He posted their conversation on Twitter:
Wife: ‘Excuse me.’
Amazon guy: ‘Yeah.’
Wife: ‘Really?’ (or ‘Are you serious?’ – I can’t tell)
Amazon guy: ‘Yeah.’
The security camera captures the delivery guy, phone in hand, as he tosses the Amazon package
From the second security camera you can see the distance he is trying to throw the package
The delivery guy tried to catch it as it came tumbling down, but he missed and it hit the ground.
A second attempt, and he manages to get it over the railing and onto the balcony.
In this picture, the package is right over the ‘n’ in nest, as it makes its way over the railing to the door.
And then the delivery guy walks away.
The incident has been reported to Amazon, who delivered via their Amazon Local delivery system.
The videos have been viewed more than 10,000 times.