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An angry delivery driver was videotaped, apparently viciously beating a woman who reportedly called her grandmother.
The video captures the moment when a female Amazon delivery driver allegedly brutally beat another woman who reportedly called her grandmother after complaining about a delay in delivery.
Itzel Ramirez was arrested for assaulting a 67-year-old shopper in Alameda County after the clip was handed over to police.
The shocking attack came Thursday after a San Francisco driver told her to “check her white privilege” when she complained about a delay in shipping to her Vista Creek Apartments home.
Doug Smith, the owner of the apartment complex, told KTVU-TV that the victim received a package delivery notice.
But he said that when she went to the lobby of the apartment complex to pick up the package, she was not there.
Meanwhile, Amazon’s driver, Ramirez, was standing by, and Smith said the woman asked Ramirez where the package was.
She replied that the package would arrive soon.
After waiting in the lobby for about 15 minutes, the victim asked Ramirez again about the delivery status, Smith said.
She told KTVU-TV, “I believe the Amazon driver said something about ‘your privilege for whites’ and my tenant said, ‘You don’t have to mess with this.’
But Ramirez allegedly got angry and started hitting the woman on the head and upper body, inflicting as many as 10 blows.
However, she claims to have acted in self-defense.
Video footage captured by cameras outside and inside the lobby shows Ramirez pushing the woman towards the entrance and continuing to fasten her with the seat belts.
The Amazon driver hunched over with his hands over his head in an attempt to defend himself.
The victim is said to have had a broken nose and other injuries.
Ramirez was seen wearing her Amazon vest as she posed for her booking photo at the Alameda County Sheriff’s office.
Smith told KRON-TV that the victim was “too shocked” to reveal their identity and describe their experiences to the press.
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