Amazon Computer Glitch Sends Student £4K Worth Of Goods

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A student has been told he can keep £4000 worth of Amazon products that were accidentally sent to him after a computer glitch.

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Christmas came early for jammy bastard Robert Quinn, 22, when he started receiving parcels that were meant to be returning to the online retailer, but arrived at his home in Bromley, south London instead.

He received 51 parcels in total, including a top of the range 55-inch Samsung television, brand new tablets, a laptop, PSP, baby buggy and even a bookcase and single bed among (literally) SHIT LOADS more.

amazon Amazon Computer Glitch Sends Student £4K Worth Of Goods

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Robert said: “At first I phoned up Amazon and they said that people must be “gifting” them to me, but there’s no way that’s happening because I don’t know any of these people.”

“I was worried that people were losing out on their stuff so I phone Amazon again and said I’m happy to accept these gifts if they are footing the cost, but I’m not happy if these people are going to lose out. But Amazon said “it’s on us”.”

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Amazon went on to confirm that Robert could keep every single item he had received, as it was their error. So merry fucking Christmas to him. Jammy sod!

H/T Daily Mail

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