This person understands the “dangers of shopping online” in a totally different way after this experience. Jessie Lawrence took to Twitter after delivery person made a drastic “package placement” error when delivering this Amazon package. Luckily Jessie was swift enough to call maintenance for the apartment building to be let out. It would’ve been a scary few minutes to say the least, and I would meybe think twice before my next online purchase. And the Twitterverse, as usual, had a most interesting discussion about it all.
— Jessie Lawrence (@hitstreak) September 3, 2017
There were a few good “Dad Level” zingers:
Looks like you got…(•_•) ( •_•)>⌐■-■ (⌐■_■)…boxed in.
— Jason Maestas (@jasonmaestas) September 4, 2017
Glad you handled the situation
— BlakeneySZN (@CHImexiii) September 4, 2017
Then there was some question about the logistics of Jessie’s story:
But the door can not go inwards until after the knob is pushed down, which the box made impossible. Next.
— Joe (@burnt_notes_) September 4, 2017
Not trying to sound like an ass, please believe that, but did you try lifting the nob instead of pushing it down? Most knobs go both ways
— DigitalVortex (@DigitalVortex92) September 3, 2017
I like how a bunch of people are trying to tell you your handle might lift up as if you wouldn’t bloody know.
— Ryan Brown (@Toadsanime) September 4, 2017
Then UPS showed up to apologize:
I’m sorry your for this. I’ll be glad to assist you. Please click the link below to DM us the details of your concern. ^TB https://t.co/wKJHDXWGRQ
— UPS Customer Support (@UPSHelp) September 3, 2017
The person running their twitter is the same person who delivered your package
— Martin Cazares (@MBars14) September 5, 2017