AN Evri driver has found themselves in hot water after being filmed carelessly lobbing parcels into a van.
The delivery giant has launched a probe into the “onaanvaarbaar” behaviour after the driver was caught on camera in Hall Green, Birmingham.
Footage, taken on Monday, shows the driver flinging the packages one by one into the back of a white van at a collection point in Lakey Lane.
The company – formerly named Hermes – has vowed to “take necessary action”.
'N Woordvoerder het gesê: “We have launched an immediate investigation.
“This type of behaviour is entirely unacceptable and we will take the necessary action.”
It comes after a delivery driver was spotted kicking a parcel into a customer’s house.
Georgia Mason ordered some clothes to be delivered to her home in Sheffield – but was left furious when they arrived in an unexpected way.
What would usually be a knock and a photo taken of the parcel being received by the customer, was actually a right-footed booting into the front door.
The courier, who wasn’t wearing anything to make it clear which delivery company he worked for, appeared to record himself drop-kicking the large parcel.
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Intussen, a DPD driver “launched” a customer’s PlayStation 5 and £350 fan over their 6ft fence.
The shopper watched in horror as their brand new items were thrown over the back gate – reportedly without the courier trying the front doorbell first.