Yesterday, my daughter was looking through the glass doors and said, "Hey, there's a package on our patio!"
Me: "No, there isn't."
Her: "There is."
Me: "It's just an empty box."
Her: "No, it's a package."
So I looked, and sure enough, there was what appeared to be an unopened package on our patio. We retrieved it, and discovered that it was an Amazon box, and that it was addressed to our neighbors. It was postmarked about a week earlier.
I have to say, I am 100% baffled as to how our neighbor's package got on our patio, which is nowhere near our front door or ANYONE's front door (it's in the back). There is also no apartment number on the patio, so nobody would know which patio belonged to which apartment. The delivery people from Amazon may not always be stellar and sometimes packages get delivered to the wrong door, but I have to believe that Amazon wouldn't just throw a package onto a random patio.
Has this ever happened to anyone here? Any thoughts?