Pushing the envelope! Britain’s rudest postman is caught on doorbell camera during SECOND foul-mouthed rant in a week after finding homeowners away as he tries to deliver parcels

  • Royal Mail postie was filmed last week calling house in Walsall a ‘f*****g s***hole’ 
  • Is heard complaining in new video about homeowners who are ‘never f*****g in’ 
  • The footage was caught on a Ring doorbell camera during the postie’s rounds  

‘Britain’s grumpiest postman’ has been caught in a second foul-mouthed rant in a week, complaining ‘they’re never f*****g in’ while trying to deliver a package. 

The Royal Mail postie was filmed last week calling a house in Walsall a ‘f*****g s***hole’ on a Ring camera, and was at it again this weekend. 

The worker is heard saying in the new video, ‘Right, I ain’t having that, they’re never f*****g in.

‘Here’s the other one, f****g have them.’

The homeowner, who did not wish to be named, told The Sun: ‘This isn’t the sort of thing you’d expect from your neighbourhood postman.

‘When we saw the footage we were utterly shocked.’ 

The worker is heard saying in the new video, ‘Right, I ain’t having that, they’re never f*****g in’

The postman appears to be the same man in earlier footage seen by Annette Barrett, 40, as she tried to track a lost package. 

He can be seen ringing Ms Barrett’s doorbell before saying out loud, ‘What a f*****g s***hole.’

The Jaguar Land Rover worker said she prides herself on keeping the house tidy and was ‘shocked’ by what she heard. 

The Royal Mail worker was standing in for Ms Barrett’s regular postman and appeared to deny referring to her house after the homeowner’s partner left a note saying he had been reported. 

The postman appears to be the same man in earlier footage (pictured) seen by Annette Barrett, 40, as she tried to track a lost package. He can be seen ringing Ms Barrett’s doorbell before saying out loud, ‘What a f*****g s***hole’

The postman could be seen spotting the note and says: ‘I didn’t, I wasn’t talking about that.’

A Royal Mail spokesman said today: ‘Royal Mail expect the highest standards of behaviour from our people while out on deliveries and collections at all times.

‘We regularly remind our postmen and postwomen of the important role they play in their local communities. We were very sorry to learn about this incident, and for the distress this incident has caused.

‘We will be in touch with the customer concerned to apologise and to inform them we are investigating this incident.’ 

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