UPS Driver In Trouble Because You’re Not Supposed To Have Naughty Times On The Job

We know, we know, there are plenty of opportunities in a job filled with packages of various sizes and shapes to move things in a sassy direction. But UPS is highly displeased over a photo floating around out there as evidence that one of its drivers allegedly had a sexual encounter in the back of a delivery truck.

Not only that, the lady partner in question — who reportedly posted the photo, says in Oklahoma City — appears to be clad in a UPS uniform jacket (and not much else) while preening among the packages.

A spokeswoman for UPS corporate tells the station that this kind of behavior is grounds for termination, and that the company is working on tracking down the driver as fast as it can.

The woman apparently posted the photo of herself in the driver’s jacket on a personal website (where she’s listed as a “happiness consultant” with the caption, “Look at my naughty time from yesterday.”

Another follow-up post reportedly described exactly what happened with the driver, saying there could be more photos to come if people sign up as members of her site.

“It disrespects UPS drivers and customers. This is not behavior we would ever condone for anyone, let alone for our company. We want to assure other drivers and our customers that this will be fully investigated,” the spokeswoman says.

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  1. CommonC3nts says:

    This is funny. Two adults in private had some fun, good for them.
    UPS does not care and I bet they never even try to find the employee.
    It is stupid to fire someone for this as UPS trucks are tracked and they are timed per package so as long as the driver got their job done then who cares.
    I think people need to grow up and stop acting like everyone is an 8 year old with virgin eyes. This is less offensive than any episode of southpark.
    If anyone wants to see the driver fired over this then I think they need to grow up and stop trying to impose their views onto others.

    • PhillyDom says:

      The only place it’s appropriate to have sex on the job is a porno movie set. UPS has every right to tell employees they can’t have sex while they’re on the clock or on one of their trucks. I don’t know if it’s a firing offense, but disciplinary action would be warranted.

      But first they have to find the driver. Given that they can’t find street addresses a lot of the time…

    • SingleMaltGeek says:

      I’m usually the first person to say that performance metrics are more effective and efficient way to monitor an employee than surveilling them (by monitoring/blocking web sites, restricting phone access, monitoring breaks, etc.), but this isn’t about whether fooling around affected the driver’s performance. Something like this both increases liability for UPS and also could really affect their public image. Parking the van and running upstairs for a quickie would be an issue that could be measured by how it affects the employee’s job performance, but by involving the branded uniform and truck, and the customer’s property, this guy went way beyond that.

      • CommonC3nts says:

        What liability????
        The company has 0 liability in their driver’s sexual acts.
        Also the guy did not post the pictures.

        • PhillyDom says:

          What liability? Let’s see, UPS driver has sex while on the job. Partner contracts an STD. Partner sues driver and UPS on a tort claim. If UPS doesn’t make the effort to find and discipline the driver in this case, a court could find that it condones the activity and therefore would be liable.

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