Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Amazon Driver Caught On Camera Pooping On Man's Driveway

Amazon Driver Caught On Camera Pooping On Man's Driveway

Initially, he thought that a dog might have pooped, but when he checked the surveillance camera footage, he found out that the unidentified woman had pooped, Bautista told Fox News on Friday.

In an official statement, Amazon said that it parted ways with the delivery person.

The surveillance camera video shows the delivery woman squatting on the passenger's side door of the truck and pooping into a gutter.

In a complaint posted on their Facebook page, Bautista wrote: "Amazon.com Why is your driver squatting in-front of my house?"

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Bautista told KTXL he contacted Amazon and a representative came to his home around 8:30 that evening. She is then seen standing up, adjusting her clothing and scampering around the front of the van to the driver's seat and eventually pulling away, leaving a mess behind. The homeowner, Nemy Bautista, was not at home when it happened. "Let me give you a hint...he/she is not tying their shoes!"

So, the supervisor simply moved the droppings out of the street, leaving Bautista to clean up the rest and put it in his trashcan, according to Bautista.

Bautista posted a comment on Facebook calling out the delivery giant for the act, saying she had defacated.

He added, "I also had to hose down the gutter/sidewalk area after [the supervisor] left".

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A company representative was "shocked and thoroughly apologised", and said that the delivery woman worked for a third-party contractor Amazon had hired to make those deliveries.

Bautista said he's concerned about the customers who came after him.

Amazon replied apologizing for the "frustrating experience" and explaining want to have their team look into it.

Amazon has reportedly taken responsibility for what happened, and the individual is no longer delivering packages for the company.

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