‘No, she didn’t!’

Defecating delivery woman is poster girl for repulsive health habits | READER DISCRETION  

Homeless Illegals, Third World Habits Imperil US Health

(HEADLINE HEALTH) Repulsive personal habits previously unknown in the United States are placing Americans’ health in peril.

An Amazon driver was caught on camera attempting to use the open passenger door of her rented delivery van to hide her dirty business. IMAGE: Nemy Bautista/KCRA

Open defecation, spread of hepatitis, rising STDs 

These habits include intravenous drug use, public sex, and most nauseating of all, open defecation, long considered a behavior limited to impoverished Third World cultures.

In an upscale suburban Sacramento neighborhood of $400,000 homes, an Amazon delivery person was caught on home security video dropping her trousers and defecating in the street.

Simply walking in your neighborhood can now expose you to infected hypodermic needles, used condoms, and human waste; see local news coverage below.


Video doesn’t lie. The Amazon delivery driver deposited a package that the homeowner did not order.

Video: Amazon contractor defecates in front of Sacramento home

Homeowner finds unwanted ‘package’ at the end of his driveway

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. (KCRA) It was all caught on camera: A contracted Amazon driver making deliveries left a different kind of package in the gutter outside a house.

Amazon customer Nemy Bautista shared video with KCRA of the woman stepping outside the U-Haul van on the passenger side, making sure the coast was clear, and defecating in front of his house.

Then the driver ran back into the van and eventually drove away.

Bautista came home shortly after, found the human waste at the end of his driveway and checked his surveillance video.

Amazon has taken responsibility for what happened.

Homeowner Nemy Bautista caught the putrid affair on home security video, which he shared with Amazon. Bautista received an Amazon a gift card ‘for any inconvenience.’

Amazon spokesman Ernesto Apreza said:

“This does not reflect the high standards we have for delivery service providers.

“This individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages and we’re in direct communication with the customer.”

Read the full post at KCRA.com.