THIS is the soul-destroying moment a DPD driver “打ち上げ” 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.
Footage of the major blunder shows the woman, wearing a red DPD polo shirt, strolling up to the fence with a parcel in either hand.
She then stops, puts one down and tries the handle before tossing the £350 Dyson Tower Fan straight over the top.
It falls to the ground with a mighty clatter, だが, undeterred, the worker proceeds to send the second box containing a PS5 up and over as well.
クリップ, shared on チクタク, then cuts out, but the user claims she never even tried the front door.
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彼らは投稿にキャプションを付けました: “Cheers for that Karen. Not yours to break were they, and DPD don’t care.”
The customer, who purchased the items from Currys, later added: “You don’t drop £1,000 of electrical goods over a 6ft fence full stop, never mind without checking if the person is in.
“This is my back gate. 私は入る. You can see me in the window.”
In a second video shared shortly after the first, the person can be seen coming to the gate to confront the driver.
On-screen captions say: “I caught her and her reply was, ‘well I don’t know what’s inside the boxes’ and she shrugged.”
The courier can also be heard saying: “I don’t know what’s in what you see, I just go by what it tells me to do on here,” – pointing to a handheld device.
The TikTok user, named 8rabbits, confirmed Currys had issued them a refund, despite fault seemingly lying with DPD.
“カリーズ, それらを祝福します, refunded me and apologised, despite it not being their fault even a little bit,” 彼らは言った.
“Do you know how difficult it us getting hold of one PS5 never mind a second.”
A spokesperson for DPD said: “The behaviour of our driver here is completely unacceptable.
“We are carrying out a full investigation and will always take firm action where the behaviour of our people falls below the high standards we expect.”