25% of Delivery Drivers Do This While On The Job…

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Chattanooga, Tennessee—

It’s amazing that a package can arrive in 24 hours . . . and apparently, if those packages could talk, they could share some INTERESTING stories.

In a survey of more than 500 delivery drivers and couriers, 25% admitted to HOOKING UP with someone in the delivery truck.  Which is . . . a lot.  It sounds like that means they were on the clock . . . but it’s unclear if the other person was someone they knew, or someone they just brought a delivery to.

Some drivers also admitted to other bad behavior, like:  Intentionally damaging packages (23%) . . . marking a package as delivered when it wasn’t (18%) . . . opening and resealing packages (17%) . . . peeing in bottles in the truck (10%) . . . and peeing on or around a customer’s house (9%).

Drivers also talked about why THEY get upset at customers . . . and the top response was “tipping poorly” (73%).  They also get annoyed if:  Your dogs bark at them (57%) . . . your neighbors are rude (35%) . . . your home or front door is difficult to get to (34%) . . . and your neighborhood feels unsafe (17%).

Also get this:  More drivers get frustrated by customers who are “overly-friendly” (34%) than if you’re UN-friendly (30%).  (???)

 

 

(GetCircuit.com)