It's always a bit stressful to know that a package is coming from Amazon and knowing you won't be home to get it. That's what happened to a British woman, who was expecting a delivery of LED lightbulbs she had ordered from Amazon. She thought the bulbs might be left by the front door because she wasn't home. Turns out, the package was delivered, only it was through a second-story window that was left open.
Claudine McLaren had returned home on Monday to find a note saying the package delivered and put through an "open window".
She found it "weird" as all the downstairs windows were closed, but she then found the undamaged box upstairs because the only window that was left open was on the second story of her home.
Amazon said it expected all packages to be handled with care from its delivery partners. However, Claudine said that the window opening wasn't much bigger than the box it came in and that there was no sign of a ladder being used to deliver it. That means the driver simply tossed the box through the window and nailed it perfectly.
While she thought it was amusing, she said she may have felt differently if the bulbs had been broken.
An Amazon spokesman said: "We have very high standards for our delivery partners and expect every package to be handled with care."