Don Thompson, 78, is a regular user of Amazon, sometimes ordering as many as four or five packages a day, and he says the e-commerce giant is usually pretty accurate.
“They don’t get them wrong often,” Thompson told CBS4.
But somehow they got one of his recent orders very wrong, sending him a new .20 gauge shotgun instead of the screen mesh he had ordered to repair a screen door.
“I was totally dumbfounded. It’s terrifying, absolutely terrifying to me,” said Thompson, who formerly worked in law enforcement.
CBS4 retraced Thompson’s steps and found he ordered a roll of fiberglass screen mesh on July 30. The United States Postal Service (UPS) delivered a package from Amazon to his doorstep on August 3, but it contained a Stoeger shotgun, which had been reported stolen.
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