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'Australia Post' delivery driver is seen throwing package at a man's front door 'like a frisbee'

A customer has been left outraged after a postie threw his package ‘like a frisbee’ at his front door. 

Russell James Noble, who lives in Sydney, shared a video of the careless delivery to Twitter on Monday.

The postman can be seen running to the door before throwing the package onto the front step. 








Russell James Noble, who lives in Sydney, shared a video of the careless delivery to Twitter on Monday

Russell James Noble, who lives in Sydney, shared a video of the careless delivery to Twitter on Monday 

A customer service representative from Australia Post agreed that this behaviour was 'not on'

A customer service representative from Australia Post agreed that this behaviour was ‘not on’

The package is seen spinning through the air before it hits the ground with a thud.

He then snaps a photo of his work before running off. 

Mr Noble claims it was an Australia Post delivery driver, however the man was not wearing a uniform. 

‘Another day, another package frisbee tossed at my door thanks to Aus Post,’ Mr Noble captioned the video. 

A customer service representative from Australia Post responded to Mr Noble’s tweet, and agreed that the postie’s behaviour was ‘not on’. 

Mr Noble shared video of a similar incident in May this year.

The package is seen spinning through the air before it hits the ground with a thud. The postie then takes a picture of the package and runs off

The package is seen spinning through the air before it hits the ground with a thud. The postie then takes a picture of the package and runs off

He told Yahoo News Australia at the time that he checks video footage at his front door every time a package is delivered. 

‘They don’t place it [down]. They just toss it from some height,’ Mr Noble said. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Australia Post and Russell James Noble for comment.

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