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Canadian Woman Ordered Cat Food On Amazon, Got Illegal Stun Gun and Pepper Spray Instead

Amazon responded by claiming that the package was probably labelled incorrectly by a warehouse worker in the US where both stun guns and pepper sprays are legal.

Canadian Woman Ordered Cat Food On Amazon, Got Illegal Stun Gun and Pepper Spray Instead

Amazon responded by claiming that the package was probably labelled incorrectly by a warehouse worker in the US where both stun guns and pepper sprays are legal.
A woman in Canada ordered some cat food for her pet cat George Michael on Amazon and was shocked when she ended up with a stun gun and a pepper spray.

Jacynthe Cardin of Montreal took both items to the cops after she received the package containing the items — both ‘prohibited’ in Canada — on her doorstep.

According to a report in the BBC, the incident occurred due to a bar code scanning error. When the incident was brought to Amazon’s attention, the e-tailer giant responded by claiming that the package was probably labelled incorrectly by a warehouse worker in the US where both stun guns and pepper sprays are legal.
Amazon termed the incident as ‘unfortunate’ and said in a statement that it will continue to work with the customer to right the wrong.

But what will happen to the mis-delivered contraband now? The police suggested Cardin destroy the gun and the spray or return it to Amazon for a refund. However, Amazon insisted she return the substances to the police, CTV news reported.

the news was met with derision on the internet with many reproaching the e-tailer for its carelessness.

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Updated: February 1, 2019 — 10:23 pm
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