The UPS driver has been fired after a video clip emerged showing him making racist remarks about a Latin Client – Prof. Police officer – While stopping at Wisconsin Home for delivery, the company said.
A UPS driver was caught on videotaped walking into a Milwaukee home on December 17 and unleashing him before knocking or knocking the doorbell, according to footage posted online and shared Tuesday by Forward Latino, a nonprofit advocacy group.
“Now you don’t get f —— nothing because you’re a stupid mom ——,” the delivery person can be seen and heard saying as he writes on the box and sticks a piece of paper to the door. « I cannot read, write and speak English, » he adds.
The package was supposed to go to a Milwaukee police officer, but it was never delivered, Latin Chief Forward Daryl Morin said during a press conference Tuesday.
The clip was released last month by the officer’s mother, Shirley Aviles, Who wrote: « This racist UPS driver was trying to deliver it to my son’s house. My son has a Ring Video System and he grabbed the UPS driver for the video saying this !! »
In a statement to Fox News on Wednesday, a UPS spokesman said the company has fired the delivery driver, « and there is no place in any society for racism, intolerance or hatred. »
Maureen said that Ring Doorbell System automatically started recording a video for the visitor at 6:48 p.m. when motion was detected.
« The door or the ring never knocks once, » said Maureen, « press the doorbell ring to get the person inside to try to deliver the package. »
“The only information this driver has got that could act as a catalyst for this deep hatred is the name on the packaging. Consignee, person [to] To whom the package was directed, they have not met this person in their lives. «
Maureen told Fox News that the recipient of the parcel was at home at the time.
Maureen said Wednesday that UPS has responded to Forward Latino’s multiple requests to have a chat about the matter, but has yet to contact the victim or his immediate family – only a distant relative. On the other hand, a UPS spokesperson said the company had « contacted the family to offer our deepest apologies » when they learned of the incident on December 18th.
Forward Latino is asking for a meeting with UPS officials and, among other things, for the company to donate money to a suitable donor as a « goodwill act ».