An Amazon customer was left in dismay after claiming a courier threw his delivery over a fence only for it to fall beside an electricity transformer. Alan O’Donohoe, from Preston, Lancashire, shared images on Twitter on Wednesday showing the package lying next to the electrical devices. The computer scientist claims he also received an Amazon delivery card which stated that the package has been left ‘over garden’. But photographs of the lone parcel lying beside high-voltage power devices which Alan says were chosen as his ‘safe place’ for delivery. Alan O’Donohoe (pictured), from Preston, Lancashire, shared images on Twitter on Wednesday showing the package lying next to the electrical devices Photographs of the lone parcel lying beside high-voltage power devices (pictured) which Alan says were chosen as his ‘safe place’ for delivery Further photos showed a yellow danger sign that read ‘danger of death keep out’ attached to a padlocked gate – suggesting the item had been dropped over the barrier. Other images, taken inside the fence compound, revealed two electricity transformers with more danger of death signs plastered across them as the package sat just inches away. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prince Charles launches £150 limited edition scarf to… Read full this story
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