Furious Amazon customer catches out “lazy” delivery driver who “can’t be bothered to climb flight of stairs”

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A FURIOUS Amazon customer has released footage of a “lazy” delivery man who couldn’t be bothered to climb a flight of stairs with his parcel.

The clip shows the driver, clutching an Amazon package, disappear inside a block of flats for six seconds before emerging with the item still in his hand.

Lewis Gorman, who lives on the first floor, was waiting in for the delivery when he got an email saying he could not be found.

Having found the evidence of the driver’s efforts on camera, an enraged Lewis, from Denton, Greater Manchester, took Amazon to task online.

Captioned “This is what we waste our money on Prime for”, he wrote: “Driver actually walks in the security door with the package, not walk up the one flight of steps to my door and then walk back out again with the same package.”

Lewis Gorman, who lives on the first floor, was waiting in for the delivery when he got an email saying he could not be found.

Another camera angle shows the driver literally throw the undelivered package into the back of his van.

Lewis added: “When I complained online I was told – leave delivery instructions. I told the girl I have CCTV of him walking into the building. All he had to do was climb one flight of stairs and knock on the door, I even have CCTV on the stairs outside my door – he did not walk up.

They even said they cannot contact the driver – even though I called less than five minutes after he came to the premises.

I’ve now got to wait for another day and hope that that driver will actually knock on the door.

Why am I paying Prime?”

Amazon delivery driver
The clip shows the driver disappearing inside a block of flats for six seconds before emerging with the item still in his hand.

The delivery driver turns up in a white vehicle before taking the package out of the vehicle and walking over to Lewis’s building.

The man, listening to music while wearing a red and black jacket strolls up to the security door, pushes the button and then walks into the building.

He later emerges six seconds later with the package still in his arm leaves the premises before he taps on his “i-pad” to send a notification saying that the item was not delivered. 

Speaking today (Tues) Lewis said: “I wouldn’t mind but this is the third time it’s happened.

“Most Amazon deliveries I have no issue with but when I call their customer service [team] they just aren’t interested at all.

They insist that the driver didn’t have the right address, or needed more information to find the address even after telling them he came inside the outside door into the block of four flats.

What’s the point in paying for Prime when they just let their drivers do what they want?

 
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