Royal Mail postman caught 'calling house a "f***ing s***hole"' as he delivered letters
A ROYAL Mail postman was busted appearing to call a house a f***ing s***hole" as he delivered his letters.
Annette Barrett, 40, caught the stand-in postie on her door-cam footage as she tried to track down a missing parcel.
But instead, the homeowner from Walsall, West Mids., appeared to be met with fierce critique.
In the clip, the Royal Mail worker can be seen ringing Annette's doorbell while looking through a pile of letters in his hand.
He appears lost in thought as he says out loud: "What a f***ing s***hole".
Annette, who works for Jaguar Land Rover and prides herself on keeping her home tidy, couldn't believe what she was hearing.
"I was shocked," she told The Sun Online.
"I'd understand if it looked a s***hole but I pride myself on keeping a nice house – the back garden is beautiful."
Annette's home, which she shares with her partner and their four chihuahuas, is pristine on the inside with an immaculate lawn at the back.
She said: "I found it a bit funnier this morning but I was gobsmacked last night.
"I don't know if it was about the neighbourhood in general, but I've seen a lot worse streets.
"I’d understand if I had a load of rubbish piled up on the lawn but the grass needs cutting and that's it."
The Royal Mail worker, who is standing in for Annette's regular postman, later appeared to deny the allegations after Annette's partner left him a note saying the "s***hole" had reported him.
He was also told to "smile, you're on CCTV".
The postman can be seen spotting the note and says: "I didn't, I wasn't talking about that".
Meanwhile, Annette says she still hasn't received her package.
"We’ve tracked the parcel and it says it’s been delivered, but there’s no parcel through the door," she said.
"There’s no note to say it’s been left in a safe place. I’ve checked the bins, I’ve checked the back of the gate and there’s still no parcel."
Royal Mail have told The Sun Online they are looking into the situation.
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