Shocking video shows “nutter” FedEx driver have “throwing fest” with customers’ parcel

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A SHOCKING video shows a “nutter” FedEx delivery driver having a “throwing fest” – kicking customers’ packages and hurling them to the ground.

In the footage one man is shown kicking parcels that have been placed on the ground while another man throws packages in his direction.

One driver is shown standing outside his opened FedEx van while the other man is inside a second FedEx van sorting through items.

At one point the driver standing outside is gently handed a large box – which he throws in the air resulting in it bouncing along the ground.

He then aggressively launches another large box in the same direction which crashes into a bashed-up package on the ground – knocking the box over and landing on the grass.

The clip was captured yesterday morning (wed) by a shocked onlooker at a business park in Dundonald, County Down.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, wrote: “Every morning I witness this right outside my window at work…just a wee warning in case anyone’s fragile mail ever arrives damaged from FedEx.”

She added: “Wee man is a nutter, finishes off his throwing fest then smokes a wee fag in the van on the way out.”

The clip has since attracted almost 400,000 views and hundreds of comments from shocked social media users.

Steven Mcgarvey wrote: “What a w*****. Clearly see him checking them before throwing them. I would have been shouting out the window at this scum bag.”

Clare Graham said: “Jesus! That’s wild! Does that red and white tape not say ‘fragile’!?”

Alison McCaw wrote: “Definetly send that to FedEx. That’s deliberate damage he’s causing. No effort or care shown at all.”

Michelle Mckinnon said: “That’s terrible, he’s not giving a flying fig. I’d sent it to there office, Shameful.”

A spokeswoman for FedEx today confirmed they had launched an investigation after viewing the footage.

She said: “The behaviour depicted in this video is not consistent with the professionalism FedEx employees and service providers demonstrate every day.

“We are investigating this incident involving the service provider and will take appropriate action.”

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