THIS is the horrifying moment a stranger attacks a yodeling driver before telling a resident he will “burn down” her house.
Penny Clark filmed a terrifying video of her Yodel delivery driver trying to deliver a package to her home in Merseyside last month – there was verbal and physical violence by an unidentified man.
The pair enters the property front gardener when the driver tells the man that “the show’s over.”
The aggressor then shouts several times: “Who are you talking to? Who are you talking to?”
The driver can be seen walking up the lane to ring the doorbell while the other man is seen shouting: “I’m going to beat you up.”
The sound cuts out as the driver calmly answers while looking at the phone.
The sound resumes as the aggressive man continues to scream.
He appears to be leaving, but quickly turns around and yells in the driver’s face, “You little devil, don’t talk to me like that again.”
The driver replies, “I’m not talking to you.”
Then the aggressor straightens his shoulders, leaving no gap between himself and the driver, while repeating: “Do you want me to dress you? Do you want me to skin you?”
A driver tries to drive around a man to deliver a package, but the aggressor stays in his way and pushes the driver into a wall.
The aggressor says, “Don’t push me again,” pushes the driver a second time and yells, “Don’t push me anymore.”
The driver calmly walks down the path to leave the residence, but the aggressor tries to block the gate with the words: “I’ll cut your head off.”
The driver approaches the front door of the house again and rings the doorbell.
He replies, “Let me deliver the package.”
The driver tries to drive off again, but the aggressor tries to knock the phone out of the driver’s hands, saying: “Who are you talking to, who are you talking to? I’ll smash your head in, you little bug-eyed s**t.’
The aggressor then starts to leave just as resident Penny opens the door.
She screams: “Oh, please leave me. You are near my house, where my children are.’
The aggressor yells back, “Who the f**k are you talking to?”
She replies: “No, don’t make me call the police, mate, go away.”
The aggressor then slurs words, prompting the woman to call the police.
He threatens: “I’ll be back when the police leave.”
Penny firmly replies, “Can you leave? My children are here. Go away – my children are there.’
He continues to slur the following words: “Don’t tell me to leave. Because your children are there, I will go.’
However, the man continues to threaten Penny with his claims, saying, “Watch out, I’ll come back and burn your house down.”
The man finally appears to leave the property, but then hears Penny calling him a “ha***” as she closes the door.
In a horrifying moment, the man runs back and violently kicks the door before calling her a “s**t sh**t”.
The man eventually leaves, but not before finally threatening the driver once more, who can now be seen delivering to the next neighbor.
The stay-at-home mum took the terrifying footage last week and posted it online in an attempt to get Yodel help.
She wrote: “Hey @YodelOnline where is one of your drivers [sic] attacked while trying to deliver to my address yesterday and you people have no way to talk to a real person when I call!”
Speaking today, Penny, 39, said: “I heard shouting outside and when I looked out the window I saw they were right outside my house.
“I ignored it when the guy rang the doorbell, but then he knocked twice more, so I answered and told the bully to leave.
“I got a mouthful back and when I closed the door he kicked the door.
“I tried to contact Yodel as their driver looked quite old and had been kicked twice and punched once.
“I was worried about him, but there doesn’t seem to be any way to talk to a real Yodel call center person.
“I also reported it to the police online and yesterday an officer contacted us and asked for the recording of the doorbell which I sent.
“What happened was disgusting and I couldn’t stop thinking about him.”
A spokesman for Yodel said today: “Driver safety and security is very important to us and we are working with the relevant authorities as they carry out the necessary investigations.”