USPS Worker Thinks Nobody Is Looking, Ends Up Getting Busted On Camera (Video)


A USPS worker in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was caught on camera throwing packages at a customer's house and jogging a lap around her vehicle.

The USPS worker’s actions were captured by Pedro Gonzalez, who posted the footage on YouTube. “Watch as a USPS worker throws my packages [on to] my front porch and then takes a lap around her vehicle,” he wrote in the video’s description. “What was in the packages? More surveillance cameras…”

The package also contained Blu-ray movies from Amazon. Postal officials visited Gonzalez to apologize for the worker’s actions and Amazon has offered him a 20 percent discount. 

The worker has been identified by USPS and they said they’re working to ensure the incident doesn’t happen again. They’re not allowed to disclose her name or whether or not she’s been fired.

Sources: WTKR, UPI Image via YouTube

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