It’s the Parcel Farce! Christmas shoppers complain of finding online deliveries broken, left out in the rain and dumped in some VERY bizarre places
- Jade Elliott found a parcel had been thrown through a window and into the loo
- One shopper discovered a parcel had been left inside their chicken hutch
- Another shopper found their parcel had disintegrated after being left in the rain
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Christmas shoppers have complained of finding online deliveries broken, left out in the rain and dumped in bizarre places.
As the festive season gets into full swing, delivery drivers have been forced to leave important packages in strange places to ensure customers get their orders on time.
Frustrated online shoppers have taken to social media to share images of their valuable parcels left in bizarre places around their property.
One customer was shocked to discover a parcel had been left by a delivery driver inside a chicken hutch in their garden.
And a hen appears to have made itself comfortable next to the package which was plonked in the coop for safekeeping.
One user online was shocked to discover a parcel had been left inside a chicken hutch in the garden
Another social media user came home to find a parcel dumped by a delivery driver who had inadvertently broken the contents of the package.
Instead of delivering the parcel safely, the courier appears to have carelessly thrown it to the ground.
It appears to have contained two blue teapots which were smashed into pieces after being delivered.
The parcel contained two blue teapots which were smashed into pieces after being delivered
A mother said she was ‘stunned’ and ‘disgusted’ after one of her recent deliveries ended up in the loo this week.
Jade Elliott, who lives in Matlock, Derbyshire, decided to order a £50 Braun Thermoscan from Amazon after one of her two children fell ill last week.
She came home to find a note saying that her package had been delivered through one of her windows but, as she looked around the house, she couldn’t find it.
That was when she says she realised that the package had been put through an open frosted glass window and landed in her toilet.
Jade Elliot, who lives in Matlock, Derbyshire, was shocked to find a recent deliveries ended up in the loo
One user on social media shared an image of their parcel which had been left out in the pouring rain.
The cardboard appeared to be soaking wet and ripped to shreds after a delivery driver left the parcel outside in bad weather.
After the once sturdy box completely disintegrated, the contents appears to have also been soaked through.
One user on social media shared an image of their parcel which had been left out in the pouring rain
Another dismayed online shopper shared a photo of their parcel left next to the front door on the driveway.
The package is in full view of passersby which could have been an easy target for thieves.
The frustrated social media user could have had a valuable package stolen by an opportunistic crook.
The package is in full view of passersby who could have been an easy target for thieves
Neil Adams, from Hertfordshire, caught a Yodel delivery driver CCTV hurling a package 50ft across a garden instead of using an unlocked gate.
The delivery driver can be seen approaching the wooden gate in the back garden before hurling the package across the garden.
The package hits the wall of the house with force and slides to the ground before the delivery man takes off.
He told Mail Online: ‘Thankfully the package only contained a Nike hoody that I’d ordered for my daughter. My new phone was due to be delivered the same day so I panicked for a second when my wife rang me to tell me what had happened.
‘I was more annoyed than anything. My wife was stood in the kitchen and got a fright when the package hit the wall above the window and then dropped down.’
A Yodel spokesperson said: ‘We are reaching out to Neil Adams to apologise. The safe delivery of parcels is our absolute priority and we are disappointed to see this courier breaking our strict protocols.
Neil Adams, from Hertfordshire, caught a Yodel delivery driver CCTV hurling a package 50ft across a garden instead of using an unlocked gate
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