Ice-T has a suggestion for Amazon.
Actor-rapper turned to Twitter on Tuesday to explain an incident that happened at his home on Monday night with the participation of one of the e-commerce giant providers. The 61-year-old star said he was "almost shot" by an Amazon courier who delivered a package to his seat on Monday as the man was not wearing a uniform.
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"Message to the Amazon: Now that you have ordinary people who make home supplies … maybe you should wear a vest with DELIVERY AMAZON on her, I sneak up to my crèches last night …. I just say, "Ice-T said.
In a separate post, a social media user asked Ice-T if the delivery driver wore a uniform his answer? Again, no.
"No. They do not wear a uniform, they just work ordinary people," he said before explaining that he was not "crazy about them."
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"Just say it is not safe ..", he added.
In response to the Ice-T tweed, Amazon Vice President Dave Clark writes: "I just say … thank you for the offer." We also love you and our drivers.
"A lot of innovations come at this and many already exist to help you keep track of the package and the delivery of the card," he added, referring to the company's tracking feature. "Thank you for being a customer."