Delivery Driver Refuses To Help Pregnant Woman Carry Shopping Up Stairs

A pregnant woman was forced to lug her monthly shop up two flights of stairs after an Asda delivery driver stated he would ‘rather not’ help her out.

 

 

Amy Natasha Botten, filmed the footage at her flat in Feltham, west London; which shows the driver emptying her £200 shop onto the floor at the bottom of the stairwell, without the carrier bags she had requested.

Amy had been forced to leave her crying toddler inside the flat while carting the shopping up the two flights of stairs all by herself. When Amy confronted the driver, he refused to assist her. This was despite the pregnant mother clearly being out of breath with her young son being in audible distress.

 

A pregnant woman was forced to lug her monthly shop up two flights of stairs after an Asda delivery driver stated he would ‘rather not’ help her out.

 

In the video, Amy can be heard asking: “Can you not help me with this last little bit because my little boy is up there crying his eyes out?” However, the the delivery driver remains unmoved by her plight, simply responding, ‘I’d rather not’.

 

When Amy confronted the driver, he refused to assist her.

 

On their website, Asda state it is their ‘commitment to deliver your order to your front door and offer to take it into your home’. However, a delivery driver is reportedly not obliged to do so if he feels it is too ‘unsafe’ either to enter the property or to use the stairs leading up to it.

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