An Amazon delivery driver has horrified locals in Portsmouth after being caught relieving himself in the street moments before delivering a parcel to a family by hand.
Outraged 44-year-old mum-of-one Sarah Merrix was aghast when she watched CCTV showing a silver-haired delivery driver urinating against her garage before making a delivery.
The footage, shared on Facebook, showed the man hop out of his red car and walk around the back to open the boot while on a street in Portsmouth, Hampshire.
He then briefly surveys the street, glancing in both directions, before walking to the side of the pavement, whipping out his penis and brazenly urinating away against the bricks.
He then returns to his car, fails to even sanitise his hands, and then picks out five packages – three at least with the clear Amazon logo upon them – which he proceeds to deliver.
Sharing the video online, Ms Merrix expressed her outrage at Amazon over the incident.
She wrote: "Can you please explain to my why your driver is taking a p*** against my garage???
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"Is this acceptable behaviour, I suggest you trace him and send him back to clean my garage, if he is not available then I suggest you send professional cleaners.
"Before I send this video to the police."
She continued, explaining her anger at the man’s lack of basic hygiene as well – amid reports the UK is seeing increased coronavirus infection rates.
The woman blasted: "Also as it’s been pointed out as I was to angry at the start. He didn’t wash his hands with water or even antibacterial wash, no gloves and then handed packages to a customer that had no idea what he had done."
She concluded: "Disgusting cretin."
Daily Star Online has approached Amazon for comment.
Friends of Ms Merrix shared her outrage, with one commenting: "Omg is he for real. And as you say didn't even antibac his hands then touched parcels. Dirty and disgusting."
The Sun reports the driver in question has been fired over the incident, with an Amazon spokesperson telling the publication: "The driver will no longer be delivering on behalf of Amazon."
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