DHL Probe After Unopened Deliveries Spotted At Market

Story ByAlex CopeSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyAsia Wire Report

Picture Credit: AsiaWire

These photos show customers’ unclaimed DHL packages being sold on a market stall sparking a probe by the courier after they were posted on social media.

The startling image was reportedly taken at the Ramadan bazaar in the town of Kangar in the state of Perlis in Malaysia and was posted onto social media, with claims the packages are being sold from just 15 MYR ( 2.84 GBP).

In the photo, shoppers can be seen holding the packages, which appear to contain DHL logos on them and are scattered on the market floor.

The photo was posted onto a local social media page with the caption claiming one of the packages was being sold for just 15 MYP.

The caption claims there are all sizes of “unclaimed” packages available for sale at the market.

A DHL statement said that the security of their customers’ packages is of utmost importance to the company.

The statement added that an internal investigation into the matter was being conducted and the company promised to take necessary measures once the investigation is concluded.

It is unclear if the packages were stolen and the netizen who posted the photo onto social media said they do not know who the seller is.

The investigation is ongoing.