Uh oh. UPS Driver Caught on Camera Stealing Packages

A UPS worker was caught on camera stealing someone’s package. Have you ever had anything stolen off your doorstep?

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If you’ve ever had a package stolen from your doorstep, you know the outrage it can cause.

Usually, the culprit of package theft is a passer-by, but recently, a UPS driver was caught on camera stealing from a package he delivered. Who can we really trust now?

According to the NY Post, a YouTube user named Steve S uploaded a video from his security camera exposing the entire situation.

“Los Angeles UPS Driver Helper stole a package that he was delivering to my neighbor,” he captioned the video. “He clearly did not notice the building security camera.”

The 46-second YouTube video shows the UPS driver passing the gate, opening a package on the customer’s doorstep, and taking what looks to be a gaming console controller and stuffing it into his sweater before walking away.

The video went viral and caused outrage in social-media users across the country.

TV reporter Scott McGrew wrote in response to the video, “Why wait for porch pirates?”

Anyone else considering solely shopping in-store from now on?

A UPS rep told The Post, “UPS has worked with local law enforcement on this issue and the suspect is no longer employed by the company. UPS also has resolved the situation with the customer and is ensuring they receive the present in time for the holidays.”

Put those security cameras up, folks! Only we can stop “porch pirates” one package at a time.

Have you ever had anything stolen off your doorstep? Read more about this on NY Post here.

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

A UPS worker was caught on camera stealing someone’s package. Have you ever had anything stolen off your doorstep?

26% Unfortunately, yes
74% No! How sad
20% Unfortunately, yes
80% No! How sad
41% Unfortunately, yes
59% No! How sad

Unfortunately, yes

No! How sad

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Kelly Traynor is a news writer at Zip Poll USA from sunny Oceanside, California. When Kelly isn’t covering her favorite entertainment and pop culture topics for Zip, she is probably relaxing by the shore as the sun sets with her head buried in the latest mystery novel (and taking pics of the sunset for the gram). Growing up, Kelly loved to write fiction (there’s a treasure trove of short stories buried somewhere in her garage) which is what inspires her to bring a fun, conversational tone to her articles. If you like seeing cat pics, catch her on Instagram or Snapchat.