LAGRANGE - A LaGrange, Ga. man said he caught a postal worker driving onto his yard to deliver a package, according to a report.
Mark Anderson put security cameras in to keep an eye on his disabled mother during the day. But when he took a peek at what was happening at home, he was shocked to see a USPS truck parked on his lawn.
“I saw a thumbnail image of the post truck and said ‘what the,’” Anderson told The Blaze.
He went on to say there was no excuse for the lazy action.
Anderson said “There was no meteorological” issues and the package weighed in at a whopping two pounds, three ounces.
Anderson shared his YouTube video with some friends, and before long it went viral with over three and a half million views.
One of those friends also works for the Postal Service and his comments when seeing the video sum it all up: “Oh no no no no no.”
Anderson said he would like to see the employee punished, but not fired.
“I don’t want someone to lose their job with the way things are these days, but she shouldn’t have done that,” Anderson said. “Whatever it is that happens, I hope she isn’t terminated.”
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