UPS driver caught on camera hurling package, peeing on house

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HOUSTON – A Texas man got a special delivery but it’s not the kind he, or anyone else, expected from UPS.

Ben Lucas said a sense of bewilderment came over him when he was scanning surveillance video from his home cameras.

Lucas told KPRC he saw the UPS driver walk up to his locked gate and, instead of putting the package on the ground, hurled it over the fence.

The package broke open and damaged hundreds of dollars worth of ammunition, chemicals and a machine used to clean guns.

As if that wasn’t enough, the UPS driver then unzipped his pants and urinated on Lucas’ house.

Lucas said, “So basically I paid someone to come to my house and pee on it.”

He said he contacted UPS first and offered to send the video.

“I just wanted them to hear me and maybe give me an email address where I could send them the video,” Lucas said. “They simply just didn’t want to see it.”

After getting the shaft from the company, Lucas posted the video on social media.

That finally prompted a stronger response from the UPS.

Lucas said the UPS divisional manager called to apologize, offered to send a “we’re sorry” gift and said the driver had been fired.

“That’s what I kind of wanted,” he said. “I just wanted someone to say, ‘Yeah, he shouldn’t have done that. We’ll try to make sure that doesn’t happen again.'”

UPS confirmed the driver was fired and said he was not a full-time employee.

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