UPS Driver 'Soccer Kicks' $12,000 Package
As CBS2 reports, a UPS driver was delivering a package to Westbury, NY's East Hills Instruments, when an employee told him that the company couldn't accept anything requiring cash on demand. That seemed to set off the driver, who proceeded to angrily kick, flip, and roll the package back to the truck--all in front of security cameras.
"He kind of one-hands it and then the kick and then the Pelé-style soccer kick," Ray Martel of East Hills Instruments told CBS2. "He does it right in front of the camera. I mean, who does that?"
Here's the kicker (no pun intended): the package, marked fragile, was worth $12,000. It contained something called a nitrogen calibration system--which, yeah, toss that around like it's full of pillows!
UPS has since apologized to East Hills, saying that it will take "corrective action" with the driver.
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