Amazon sack driver who dumped left customer a note calling her “stupid”

Amazon sack driver rude note
The note was left for Kerry to find along with her parcels.

AMAZON have a sacked a delivery driver after they left a note referring to a customer as “stupid”.

Kerry Hodge, from Runcorn, Cheshire was left fuming by the discovery of the message on Saturday.

The mum-of-three was out at the time of the delivery and came home to find the abusive note as well as her parcels stuffed behind a bin.

A photo of the note shows the handwritten message which was spelled incorrectly but reads: “Behind black wheely bin stupid.”

Other images then show the packages strewn across the top of some bin bags behind a black bin.

Amazon sack driver rude note
The packages were dumped on bin bags.

A furious Kerry, 28, took to Amazon’s Facebook page to complain to the retailer.

She posted the photos saying: “What a lovely note to come home to and to see my parcels have been dumped.”

Her post shocked other social media users.

Angela Hazlehurst wrote under the post: “That’s disgusting Kerry.”

Sophie Ann-Marie Sanders said: “This is disgusting. I would complain.”

Speaking today, Kerry said: “I was very shocked at first then I was angry as I’m presuming he was calling me stupid.

Amazon sack rude driver
Kerry said the discovery left her “angry”

“I’m not fully sure why the note was left like this.

“It happened outside my house when the card had been posted as I wasn’t in my property at the time of delivery. These items were gifts from a group I’m in on Facebook.

“It is a group I joined where we play games and get people items in their item list for under £20.

“It’s for people who live in different parts of the country. We are like our own little community.

“I ordered some artificial flowers. And I was gifted items as well from friends in a group.

Amazon today confirmed they had sacked the delivery person involved.

A spokeswoman for Amazon said: “The delivery associate will no longer be delivering on behalf of Amazon.

“We have very high standards for our delivery service providers and how they serve customers.”

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