Moment Evri delivery driver pelts cat with rocks caught on owner’s doorbell cam

A pet owner has been left fuming after witnessing the shocking moment an Evri delivery driver pelted her cat with rocks.

The shocking footage, captured with a doorbell camera, shows the delivery man walking towards the home before taking a swipe at the cat with a letter.

He then swung at the frightened pet with his hand — before launching the front garden at it.

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The pet's horrified owner Lisa Ferraby, 37, was alerted by her husband, Andrew, that the doorbell had notified him of a visitor while they were both at work.

Lisa claims she "didn't know whether to vomit or cry" when she logged on to check who was there when she saw the brute attacking her beloved cat Tumble.

She said: "I was absolutely fuming, I just wanted to leave work, but I couldn't leave. It is distressing to see that kind of thing to your own pet, and it is completely unprovoked."

Luckily, Tumble was not physically injured but was "shaken and cowering in a corner" when Lisa and Andrew returned to their home in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

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Lisa said: "He didn't eat that night which is not like him, he just seemed a little bit off which is understandable really."

The distraught owner posted the video on social media and sent it to someone she knew at the local Evri depot.

Lisa praised the company formerly known as Hermes for their quick response as the driver was apparently sacked the next day.

Lisa added: "I don't want people to slam Evri. In terms of delivery, they are pants, but in terms of how they dealt with our situation, they dealt with it quickly and they were really good about it."

A spokesperson for Evri said: "We have apologised to Mrs Ferraby and provided a gesture of goodwill.

"This was highly unacceptable behaviour and we can confirm the courier will no longer deliver on behalf of Evri."

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