HOUSTON, Texas- A UPS driver lost his job after his bad behavior was caught on surveillance video.
Earlier this month, Ben Lucas scanned video from cameras installed outside his Texas home and watched a UPS driver walking up to his locked, front gate. Instead of placing the package on the ground, the driver can be seen heaving it over the fence.
Hundreds of dollars in ammunition and chemicals, as well as a machine used to clean guns, were damaged as the package broke open.
The driver then unzipped his pants and urinated on the side of Lucas’ house.
“So basically, I paid someone to come to my house and pee on it,” Lucas said.
The homeowner told KPRC in Houston that he offered to send the video to UPS, but they did not seem interested. That’s when he decided to post it on social media.
“I just wanted someone to say, ‘Yeah, he shouldn’t have done that. We’ll try to make sure that doesn’t happen again,’” Lucas said.
A UPS divisional manager reached out to Lucas to apologize and offer a ‘We’re sorry’ gift.
The driver, who was not a full-time employee, was fired.