A delivery man throws a parcel during the sorting process. /Screenshot of Legal Evening News Video
“We need to hurry up. The sorting process would take up our extra time but make us no money. We could only make money by delivering the parcels,” one of the staffs told a reporter from the Legal Evening News who recorded the staggering backstage scenes of the courier company under disguise of a newcomer at the sorting hub.
Flinging the packages back and forth without paying attention as to whether they contained fragile items, some workers were even caught on the hidden camera on November 13 stealing snacks from broken parcels.
“It doesn’t matter if you steal one or two fruits [from the parcels] as long as their outer packing remains intact,” a courier man told the reporter, adding “fruits [parcels] are not allowed to be rejected.”