Moment An Amazon Driver “Tries To Steal” The Family’s “Dear” Siamese Cat
Moment the Amazon driver ‘tries to steal’ the family’s ‘expensive’ Siamese cat as he delivers a package to their door – before being confronted by the owner who says he saw him put his pet on in his van
- Amazon delivery driver stopped in Chingford, Essex to deliver a package
- He spotted Yoshi the cat in the aisle and picked him up after leaving his package
- The owner of the house ran outside to confront the driver as he “put the cat in his van”
An Amazon delivery driver was confronted by an irate customer after he was seen on camera, apparently trying to “steal” his cat from his doorstep.
CCTV footage shows the courier drops a package at a customer’s doorstep before picking up the man’s 13-year-old pet and walking away.
But after spotting the alleged attempted theft, the owner ran outside to confront the man next to his van.
The incident was recorded on Monday outside the client’s home in Chingford, Essex.
Amazon has since confirmed that the man, who works for a delivery service provider, will no longer be allowed to deliver for the company.
A delivery driver was confronted by an irate customer after he was seen on camera apparently trying to ‘steal’ his cat on his doorstep in Chingford, Essex
In the clip, the courier is seen walking down a customer’s aisle to hand over their small package.
Standing on the doorstep, the man notices Yoshi, a friendly half-Siamese, half-Burmese cat approaching him.
The cat sits next to the driver, and allows the man to pet him for a few seconds.
But as the driver finishes scanning the package, he puts it on the doorstep and picks up the cat before walking away.
The cat owner, who lives with his wife and two children, confronts the handler and can be heard saying, “Why are you trying to take my cat and put it in your trunk?
Seconds later, the owner appears and descends his drive to confront the man.
The cat’s owner, who lives with his wife and two children, can be heard saying, “Why are you trying to take my cat and put it in your boot? “
But the driver doesn’t answer “nothing” before adding “I said sorry” at the end of the clip.
“I had never seen this pilot before because Amazon always sends different pilots,” the owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told MailOnline.
“When I opened the door, I saw him lean over putting the cat near his van, which seemed strange to me, but when I got to the corner, I saw him put the cat in the van, that’s when I confronted him.
The man had spotted Yoshi, a friendly half-Siamese, half-Burmese cat who approached him on the doorstep of the house
When the driver has finished scanning the package, he puts it on the doorstep and picks up the cat before walking away.
The owner believes the alleged theft attempt was motivated by money: “He’s an expensive looking, silvery cat with blue eyes, many Siamese have green eyes but they have bright blue eyes.”
“The day I first asked him to give me his manager’s number, but I don’t think it was his manager I spoke to because he didn’t seem to apologize when I did. called. ”
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “Police were contacted following an incident on Monday January 25 by a man reporting that a delivery driver attempted to steal his cat.
“There were no arrests; inquiries into the investigation are continuing.
Amazon has now confirmed that the man, who is not employed by them, will no longer be allowed to deliver packages on their behalf.
An Amazon spokesperson told MailOnline: “We have very high standards for our delivery service providers and the way they serve customers.
“We take this matter seriously and have contacted the customer to remedy it. The delivery partner will no longer deliver on behalf of Amazon. ‘