There was amazement and shock today, as a courier working on behalf of a large catalogue ordering shop, delivered an item to the customer. Residents of William Shatner Crescent, were out on the streets in awe of the magnificent achievement by the courier.
In the house
Stanley Footrest, a fried potato superviser at a local fast food restaurant, had taken the day off work to wait in the house for the order to arrive. Having been told his George Foreman grill would arrive between 9 and 6, the last thing Stanley was expecting, was the courier to knock his door as early as 9.30!
Local nosey cow Sheila Tapioca commented: "I've lived here all my life, and never, never, have I seen anything like this. I come out when I seen the van, and was so amazed, I missed the rest of Jeremy Kyle."
A spokesman for the courier told our reporter: " It's a first for us. Never have I known a courier company deliver anything on the day they said they would, never mind the time-slot! We're all very proud to be part of the team that achieved this record breaking feat."
The courier himself had to be taken to hospital to recover from the ordeal, and as such can't be named at this time.