8 of the worst attempts to ever hide a delivery box

Here's hoping these packages didn't contain anything valuable. 

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Published Nov 9, 2014   Updated May 30, 2021, 6:07 am CDT


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Picture this: you purchased a brand new TV, but when UPS delivers it you are not at home so the delivery man hides your package so people passing by don’t see it. The problem is that they place it under a welcome mat where it’s pretty much in plain view or worse, in agarbage can where it could get thrown away.

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OK, we get that they mean well, but these are SERIOUSLY the worst attempts at hiding packages.

The delivery man could have turned the mat around:

Good thing the FedEx guy hid my delivery pic.twitter.com/QL1XZc7wIH

— Jay (@theshamingofjay) July 3, 2014

No one will ever see these boxes:

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At least the packages are neatly stacked: 

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Another @UPS “delivery.” Someone could’ve taken these packages. They didn’t even try to knock on the door. pic.twitter.com/0FObIRRNkv

— Evan F. Moore (@evanFmoore) October 1, 2014

Way to utilize everything on the front porch!

Wow UPS…. That’s really hiding my package so well….#justslow pic.twitter.com/lML4zdAuWM

— Patrick Jones (@ptjghs_48) July 30, 2013

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An excellent use of something other than a doormat:

(Source: Reddit/SpokeyDokey_)

Photo via SpokeyDokey_/Reddit

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C’mon bro, you didn’t even try…

Thank you, @UPS, for concealing my delivery in such a way that thieves would not be able to steal it. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/cX2QdfUXV1

— #NoDaveNovember (@Ghostpig0) September 30, 2014

What happens when the mat is the same size as the box? THIS:

(Source: Reddit/zzxno)

Photo via zzxno/Reddit

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6/10 for your attempt Mr. Delivery Man: 

UPS trying out some new package hiding techniques. pic.twitter.com/4M0XZOelyd

— Jason Rodriguez (@RodriguezCommaJ) September 13, 2013

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*First Published: Nov 9, 2014, 10:00 am CST