In case you can’t tell, that’s an entirely empty package. According to our sources, the envelope was delivered that way. Why even deliver it if it’s clearly been ripped open and there’s nothing inside? Well, the simple fact of the matter is now you can file a missing items claim and talk to the post office (FedEx, in this case) to find out what happened.
The story says that the weight of the package changed from three pounds to zero pounds at one point. Yeah, we can see that. That’s because somebody in your company might have stolen it.
Yeah, Whatever, Here's Your Package
Some places might be a little harder to deliver to, but that doesn't mean a delivery driver can just neglect the central rules of his or her job. They're supposed to deliver the packages properly and safely, not just huck them over the fence like in his example. And that looks like it could be kind of heavy, too!
If that thing lands the wrong way, it could easily get damaged, to say nothing of the fence, the Christmas lights, the plants, and even the ground. There's some bad stuff on this list, but this is one of the more negligent and annoying things we've seen.
Hey, Look. It Fits
Since Amazon started being one of the first places people go for all kinds of fun or useful stuff, package thieves have been making themselves a big nuisance. Thus, proper delivery drivers will do their best to hide that a package has been delivered, as we can see a few times on this list. Some of them, however, will do less than the bare minimum, and leave the package jammed into the front of the mailbox.
We'd even go so far as to say it's not even inside the mailbox. Any sir or madam could have walked by and basically just pocketed that package.
Still in One Piece
What appears to be a microwave has gotten the brunt of a neglectful delivery driver from FedEx, and we hope that somebody is going to get a mark on his or her year-end review for this. It's fair to say that the microwave won't work as promised if that's all the damage, and it might not function at all if there's more that we don't see.
Of course, it might not have been the driver's fault – there are plenty of people and machines that packages go through before they reach their intended destinations. We're not sure whose fault it was, but somebody messed up.
A New Kind of Front Door
Amazon has done a lot to change the game when it comes to delivering packages, with an up-to-the-minute location tracker, a way to update your delivery instructions, and more. On the other hand, they still rely on people to deliver the packages themselves for the most part, which is how we get images like this one.
The Amazon driver listed this package as delivered to the front door, but it doesn't really look like it. It looks like it's been put on the ground in the dark hidden by a bunch of bushes.