‘Literally terrifying’: Apparently some gun nut at Amazon is stuffing ammo into customers’ packages

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Usually, we’d be doing a post on something dumb that David Hogg said; wait, we can still do that.

You shouldn’t be able to by a gun, gun parts or ammunition over the internet.

— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) May 29, 2019

But what really caught people’s attention was this frenzied reply:

I mistakenly received rifle cartridges (that I did not/never would order) in my Amazon Prime shipping box last night. It was literally terrifying and I'm now involuntarily tasked with their safe disposal.

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 29, 2019

We’re sorry that was literally terrifying, but we’re even more curious how rifle cartridges got into an Amazon package, seeing as Amazon doesn’t sell ammo. Some gun nut working in the warehouse must have dropped those in there. Or maybe the guy’s just trolling Hogg, in which case he’s doing a fine job. In any case, the replies are great.

Amazon doesn’t sell ammo or guns. pic.twitter.com/G4uTjiKuSv

— Mike Lewis (@bigmikelewis) May 30, 2019

You’re lying. https://t.co/Oab6pwnVrd pic.twitter.com/cZOJGJB1U7

— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) May 30, 2019

Amazon doesn't ship ammo. Nice self-own

To your credit you called them cartridges which is correct, so it was only the one rake you stepped on

— DaveinTexas (@DaveinTexas) May 29, 2019

I mean, with respect and all. Not to put too fine a point on it you're lying

— DaveinTexas (@DaveinTexas) May 30, 2019

Alex, I'll take "Things that didn't happen" for $1000, please. And let's make it a true daily double.

— Bitter Grizzly (@Bitter_Grizzly) May 30, 2019

Boy, you ain't kidding.

I ordered new earbuds. Instead, Amazon sent me this pair of AR-15s… pic.twitter.com/i154Wvve62

— /dan/null (@NoTalentAC) May 29, 2019

lol pic.twitter.com/VT7edahMJr

— Marie Arf (@schwingcat) May 30, 2019

I had the same thing happen. Ordered a lace doily for my dining room table and this arrives at my door pic.twitter.com/VUGN0cX1iV

— John Blackout (@ReigningBrain) May 29, 2019

You?? I got this delivered!! WTH??? pic.twitter.com/kyBfWsLBa3

— Deb– I'm Shadow What?? (@debster7301) May 29, 2019

Same! I ordered a phone charger and got this. Someones got some explaining to do! pic.twitter.com/lhDxBM3WLk

— Classical Potato (@TheMegaPixel_) May 30, 2019

Wow! Same thing happened to me. I ordered cat treats and got this bad boy instead 👇 😱😱 pic.twitter.com/ukuNefCHHJ

— Marie Arf (@schwingcat) May 30, 2019

I mistakenly received a Russian Satan 2 missiles(that I did not/never would order) in my Amazon Prime shipping box last night. It was literally terrifying and I'm now involuntarily tasked with their safe disposal. pic.twitter.com/6jixl18s10

— Rob C (@Droptop986) May 30, 2019

No way!!And *I* ordered ammo from Amazon and got a stylish woman's purse in MY shipment!!It must be yours.

🇺🇸⚾ The Snarky Dodger ⚾🇺🇸 (@michaelsnarky) May 29, 2019

Please advise what I can order to get free ammo as an inadvertant add-on! That sounds awesome!

— Mike used to be an eagle (@colovion) May 30, 2019

I ordered a replacement cartridge for my printer, Amazon sent me an F-35. All my neighbors are terrified.

— Michael Avenatti’s Life Coach (@Claiborne_David) May 29, 2019

No wonder my F-35 is showing on backorder. Customer service lied to me!

— BamaBass (@BamaBass) May 29, 2019

Easy there Pinocchio.

— Just a man with an internet connection (@Verminlord_Nate) May 29, 2019

I ordered baby clothes on Amazon and got a complete nuclear reactor delivered. They told me I did not have to return it. Free power forever so I’m Okay with it.

— BoiseFreedom (@BoiseFreedom) May 29, 2019

I mistakenly received a box of cobras(that I did not/never would order) in my Amazon Prime shipping box last night. It was literally terrifying and I'm now involuntarily tasked with their safe disposal. pic.twitter.com/enJkKiwy76

— Rob C (@Droptop986) May 30, 2019

I mistakenly received the Lament Configuration (that I did not/never would order) in my Amazon Prime shipping box last night. It was literally terrifying and I'm now involuntarily tasked with its safe disposal. pic.twitter.com/ljlBazFAvm

— Dan Abernathy (@DanAbernathy) May 30, 2019

I received, by mistake, a Vietnam-Nam era flame thrower last week from Amazon! I am scared to death. Government should do something! #UniteBlue #betamale

— Rev. Dr. Steve (@SteveCrawford5) May 30, 2019

I ordered a mountain bike once and they sent me a mountain lion by accident. I was so scared!

— Chris Nodimas🍄 (@CholeraFan) May 30, 2019

Same thing happened to me! I ordered some cotton balls. I opened the box and there was a 9mm with a box of bullets. The gun was loaded and the safety was off I picked it up and the gun went off, shooting a hole in my wall. I'm now suing Amazon for shooting a hole in my wall!

— Marin (@J32055448) May 30, 2019

I ordered a fish tank and Amazon sent me this Army Tank. Now I am beside my self in fear……That they will figure it out and ask me to send it back. By the way my goldfish really loves it. pic.twitter.com/gDmMLVJTBD

— Tender♥ (@MichaelSpier1) May 30, 2019

Wow…you're absolutely correct. I ordered a 16" box fan on Amazon last night. Imagine my surprise when I mistakenly received a CH-53E Super Stallion. pic.twitter.com/p9pdJHhd9n

— NachoGranny (@MaggieHensley) May 30, 2019

Dude, same…. I ordered 32 metric tons of glitter from them and instead, an Amazon warplane napalmed my house.

— Ali Bubba (@m0fta7) May 30, 2019

I literally wish amazon sold ammo

— jacobsdumb (@jacobsdumb) May 29, 2019

pic.twitter.com/eC94mMy3LJ

— Gregg Gill (@gillgregg62) May 29, 2019

Send them to me. I can always use more.

— Irish Johnson (@ridin_philthy) May 29, 2019

Just throw 'em in the fireplace and be done.

— Epic Taters (@ETaters) May 29, 2019

call your local police department, I am sure they would send an officer to your house to take the ammo and safely dispose of it. But be sure to say you are "terrified" or they may ask you to bring the ammo to the station.

— Kurt Michaels (@kurt_michaels) May 30, 2019

That’s a cute story.

— PaulSuperapple (@paulsuperapple) May 30, 2019

Would like to hear @amazon on this

— @nbtweencnt (@bennnettwc) May 30, 2019

Yes, please Amazon — take care of this problem before another customer is terrified.

LMAO..hey @amazon there are some 500 truly deranged gun sycophants, apparently also lacking jobs on a Wednesday afternoon (and who like to copy each other's unoriginal joke). They are super jeal that they didn't receive this in their Amazon shipment. In fact, they are..(1/5) https://t.co/wQWA0jO6uV pic.twitter.com/8gbfO0e4YO

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 30, 2019

..convinced that you don't even sell them, and while most appear to be unbalanced and obsessed with someone who would rather not deal with a conduit of savagery, I hope they are correct; regardless, this trash was placed in my shipment unsolicited and I'm not thrilled..(2/5)

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 30, 2019

..while I understand that it was likely a simple mistake, if you do not sell them, then what are they doing at your distribution center? My hope is that what the Twitter unwell say is true, because it would be shameful to learn that you're profiting off an epidemic..(3/5)

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 30, 2019

..of senseless murder in the United States. I know zilch about guns, and proud of that, so I wasn't comfortable with taking them into my house, tasking me unwarranted to research how to safely dispose. On the bright side, it awards me great pleasure to inform..(4/5)

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 30, 2019

..the Twitter #2A-unhinged that there are 24 less cartridges in circulation in a land plagued by boundless slaughter and indifference to peace due to fright that their worship of an inanimate object might be infringed #EndGunViolence (5/5)

— This is not normal (@yorkiedad1984) May 30, 2019

Best troll ever.

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