Now THAT’S a sample sale! Man orders shower rings on Amazon but instead gets sent urine specimen baring a woman’s name and birth date
- An Amazon customer in Alabama was accidentally sent a woman’s urine sample
- The Tuscumbia man got a notification his shower hooks had arrived Thursday
- Anonymous Colbert County customer says his son found it funny as he watched him reach in and pull out the yellow liquid specimen in a container
- Amazon said it is ‘really sorry’ but told him about the urine: ‘We don’t want it’
- The customer will hold on to the sample labelled with a birth date and name in the hope someone claims it
- He was told his shower rings will finally arrive on Saturday
An Amazon customer in Alabama got a surprise delivery when he received a urine sample labelled with the name and birth date of the woman it belongs to instead of the shower rings he ordered.
The anonymous man from Tuscumbia says he received a notification from the website last Thursday that his package had been delivered with UPS.
However when the Amazon Prime member opened his mail he realized it was a rather special delivery.
‘I opened it. And when I reached in and pulled it out. Some kind of urine specimen or something like that,’ the Colbert County customer explained to WHNT 19.
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An Amazon customer in Alabama was accidentally sent a woman’s urine sample. He reached into his package and pulled out the yellow liquid specimen container
The anonymous Colbert County customer says his son found it funny as he watched him open the Amazon Prime package
The Tuscumbia man had been expecting to receive the shower curtain rings he had ordered
He and his family did manage to see the funny side however.
The Prime customer – who uses the service which promises free delivery within two days – had hoped to be able to hang his shower curtain when he ripped open the plastic.
But instead was more likely to accidentally receive a golden shower than a metallic set of rings.
Thankfully it was fully sealed within a plastic bag.
‘I was very surprised. My son was standing there watching me open it and he got a good laugh out of it,’ the baffled Amazon user explained.
The man had been told when he ordered that he’d get components of his shower order delivered separately.
While he has no idea where his hooks got to, he says there’s a woman – who likely sent in her urine for testing – that could be unaware it never made it to the destination.
Amazon said they’re ‘really sorry’ but told him about the urine ‘we don’t want it’, the anonymous man (whose body is pictured) said
The Tuscumbia man got a notification his shower rings had arrived with UPS on Thursday but instead they will arrive on Saturday
Her name and birthday were contained in the package but the unintended receiver says he’ll hang onto it a bit longer in case someone wants to collect it.
He claims Amazon on the other hand wants nothing to do with it.
‘They just said they were really sorry’ and ‘we don’t want it’ the man revealed.
The customer said an Amazon representative told him he will receive the shower hooks by Saturday.
But it still doesn’t explain why he was left holding the yellow stuff.
Amazon did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.
The customer will hold on to the sample labelled with a birth date and name in hope someone claims it soon
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