For one Orlando woman, Amazon is just easy.
A couple in the U.S. got a shock of their life after discovering approximately 30 kgs of cannabis in the package they received from Amazon.
An Amazon package arrives to the customer after delivery. She's concerned, because after opening the box, they were hit with a strong odor.
The woman, who did not want to be identified, told WFTV-TV in Orlando that her fiance needed to put some things in storage this summer.
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Once the couple opened the package, they smelled an intense cannabis smell.
The woman immediately got in touch with Orlando police.
Police seized the marijuana and launched an investigation.
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She also said that they were so afraid that someone would come and retrieve the weed that they didn't sleep at their home for a few days. After an email exchange with the tech giant that lasted more than a month, the couple had still not spoken to a supervisor. After awhile, the couple received an email with message, "I am unable to do anything else at this time" along with a $150 gift card.
What the woman really wanted was an apology and an explanation about how this could happen.
Amazon has issued a statement saying it worked with the customers to ensure their safety and will assist law enforcement investigating the case. Police have begun an investigation, however no arrests have been made so far.
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