When you order something to be delivered, naturally you expect it to arrive in one piece.
Sadly this is not always the case, as these poor customers know all too well.
People from all over the world have shared their experiences of dodgy drivers on Bored Panda, with some finding their packages abandoned in weird places and others discovering their food has already been eaten.
From a box of shattered glass to a smashed TV screen, these priceless moments couriers have left parcels in a far from respectable state will see many customers think twice before ordering their next delivery.
Here FEMAIL reveals a selection of the some of the worst offenders.
In one comical example, a customer shared how one courier thought it best to hide the stack of tyres they had ordered underneath the door mat
This delivery driver thought it was perfectly fine to leave a rather expensive TV in full view of passing thieves
This driver thought the customer would never find out what had been done to the drink he was delivering
However a CCTV camera outside the door showed the driver taking a swig out of the drink moments before he offered it to the customer
Upon opening their Amazon Prime package, this customer was gutted to find the glass contents had been shattered
Another customer was far from pleased when the TV they ordered arrived with a shattered screen
One pizza delivery driver thought it would be perfectly fine to deliver the meal in this state
In another example, this customer was sent a ‘do not fold’ package from the University of Denver with a huge crease across it
This pizza delivery driver thought he had got away with having a quick bite out of a customer’s pizza – but he was caught on CCTV in the lift munching away
Tired of climbing stairs, this Hermes delivery driver decided to throw his package onto the customer’s balcony instead
Another customer described the dilemma they were faced with after the package that had just been delivered to their door stopped them from being able to leave the house
Yet another courier decided to ignore the ‘do not bend’ instructions on the customer’s diploma envelope