Rogue Amazon driver who drove off with birthday boy's PS5 has been fired

Rogue Amazon driver who drove off with birthday boy’s PS5 has been fired

11/28/2020 1:12:00 AM

Rogue Amazon driver who drove off with birthday boy’s PS5 has been fired

AMAZON has fired a delivery driver after CCTV footage caught him claiming to deliver a PS5 shaped box and then putting it back in his van. Jenni and Richard Walker, from Oxfordshire, believed the p…

According toThe Oxford Mail, the family got in touch with Amazon and were told the incident would be investigated.Apparently, Amazon's initial response was to offer a £5 gift voucher as compensation, which was later upped to £50 and a refund.

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Displeased with the voucher, the daughter of the Walker family drove to the Amazon depot and raised the issue with the site's boss.2People have been scrambling to get their hands on the PS5 since its launch last weekCredit: PA:Press AssociationThe site's boss was said to recognise the man in the CCTV footage and said he would be fired.

An Amazon spokesman told the newspaper: “We have very high standards for our delivery service providers and how they serve customers."The delivery associate will no longer be delivering on behalf of Amazon.”The Walkers weren't the only family to feel let down by Amazon over a PS5 delivery. headtopics.com

Last week, Amazon came under fire after furious PS5 customers said they receivedthe wrong orderson launch day – including cat food, loo roll and a foot massager.The PS5 went on sale on November 19 and some UK Amazon users who pre-ordered claim they received random household items instead.

2One angry customer claimed to receive a foot massager instead Read more: The Sun »

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Why hasn’t he been arrested ?