Woman gets rifle, tells UPS driver package was supposed to come Saturday

A Monday morning delivery apparently got a little weird when the driver showed up only to be greeted at the door by a woman with a rifle. She told him the package was supposed to come Saturday and said "you're not leaving until I talk to your supervisor."
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A Monday morning delivery apparently got a little weird when the driver showed up only to be greeted at the door by a woman with a rifle. She told him the package was supposed to come Saturday and said "you're not leaving until I talk to your supervisor."

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