Stunned shopper reveals how Amazon delivery driver broke into their locked shed and left parcel inside
- Delivery driver leaves Amazon package in locked shed after cracking code
- The astonishing incident has received more than 12,000 votes on Reddit
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A stunned shopper has revealed how an Amazon delivery driver worker went the extra mile to ensure they delivered a package, by leaving it in the recipient’s locked shed.
A photo has emerged on Reddit of a delivery notice, telling a customer that the person responsible for their delivery was able to leave it in a safe place.
The notice details the exploits of the delivery driver, who detailed that they were able to deliver the package despite none of the recipient’s neighbours taking in the parcel.
Under the ‘safe place’ section of the delivery form, the delivery driver wrote: ‘Parcel delivered to locked shed.
‘No neighbours would take [the] parcel so [they] worked out [the] code on [the] locked shed.’
Under the ‘safe place’ section of the delivery form, the delivery driver wrote: ‘Parcel delivered to locked shed. ‘No neighbours would take [the] parcel so [they] worked out [the] code on [the] locked shed.’
Posted by a Reddit user under the handle of @Xetro_exe, the astonishing incident has received more than 12,000 votes on the site, with people in awe of the delivery driver’s ingenuity.
One user applauded the extra lengths the delivery worker went to, in order to make sure the package was safely delivered, commenting: ’10/10 for initiative.’
A second user added: ‘Got the package to him and highlighted a security flaw. Give him a raise.’
A third joked: ‘1010 was also the code.’
A fourth simply said: ‘Chaotic Good.’
The identities of the delivery driver and recipient are currently unknown.
This act of quick thinking followed a man who was left in hysterics in 2020 when he saw a delivery note saying that his parcel had been left in a ‘safe location’ underneath the door mat – despite it being around 3ft tall.
Yodel customer Glenn Jones, believed to be from the US, couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw the package outside his home.
The large parcel was accompanied by a ‘sorry I missed you note’ through the letterbox, explaining where to locate it, just in case he missed it.