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Easy mistake to make? Delivery company sends package to Austria instead of Australia FIVE TIMES 

Easy mistake to make? Delivery company mistakenly sends package to Austria instead of Australia FIVE TIMES – keeping the intended recipient waiting for two months

  • A Reddit user has shared image of parcel that took two months to get to him 
  • The parcel had been mistakenly sent to Austria on five separate occasions 
  • A number of other users commented on the post with their own experience  

A man was forced to wait for a package for two months after the parcel was sent t to Austria five times.

His brother took to Reddit to share the photo online with the tag line ‘my brother waited 2 months for this package to arrive’. 

He used a highlighting tool on his phone to show how the package had been ‘missent’ to Austria on five separate occasions.

After two months it finally arrived at its correct destination in Australia.   

Next to the fifth ‘missent’ stamp a worker from Austria had written ‘again’ and underlined it in frustration. 

A Reddit user has taken to the online forum to show the package his brother waited two months for and highlights that it was mistakenly sent to Austria five times

A number of fellow users commented on the post and shared similar incidents they had experienced. 

‘In South Australia we have a stamp for stuff meant for South Africa,’ one user wrote. 

‘I live in Austria and my family add ‘EUROPE’ to my address due to Christmas presents having been sent to Australia instead, several times, so this definitely goes both ways,’ another added. 

Other users looked at the incident in a more abstract way. 

‘I wonder what kind of adventures this package has had, If only you could watch a 2month (sic) video of a gopro (sic) attached to it so see what crazy shit it’s been getting up too,’ one user wrote. 

Next to the fifth 'missent' stamp a worker from Austria wrote 'again' and underlined it in frustration

Next to the fifth ‘missent’ stamp a worker from Austria wrote ‘again’ and underlined it in frustration

 

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