With online shopping becoming increasingly popular, delivery companies around the world have become swamped with business. This is great for the companies, who are making a pretty penny as a result of their deliveries— but it also results in stressed out, overworked delivery employees. And as a customer, we often end up getting the short side of the stick.
Here are a few examples
Sometimes it’s the thought that counts.
UPS is trying out some new package hiding techniques.
“UPS ‘delivered’ a package to my house by putting it in the garbage can at the end of my driveway.”
The mailman apparently loads the mail through a large door on the back of the box.
This happens surprisingly often in Canada.
This driver gives the middle finger to the security camera before tossing and kicking the package onto the ground.
This gives a whole new meaning to ‘ground delivery’.
Both stupid and dangerous— congratulations!
I’ll give you a little hint— that van is not parked in the driveway.
The ambition is admirable, but…
Here we have another brilliant hiding spot…
Spider box, spider box…
Because you know grandma’s not going to believe the “post office ate my money” line.
Party poopers extraordinaire!
Those warnings are optional though, right?
How does this even happen?!
“Phew, thank God they let us know!”
I think we may have different definitions of a “safe” location.
Apparently complete package destruction is more common than I had thought.
This is officially a bad day.
One Canadian figured out why his packages kept going missing.
I have no words…
Well, this was a microwave.
I wonder how long it took them to notice.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
The delivery company actually denies that this is their fault.
And last but certainly not least— did anyone order a computer monitor?
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