An enraged delivery driver has been caught on video apparently viciously beating a woman who reportedly called her a b***h.
Video captures the moment a female Amazon delivery driver allegedly viciously beat another woman who reportedly called her a b***h after complaining about a delayed delivery.
Itzel Ramirez was arrested for assaulting the 67-year-old customer in Alameda County after the clip was handed to the cops.
The shocking attack unfolded on Thursday after the San Francisco-area driver told her to “check her white privilege” when she had complained about a delayed package to her home in Vista Creek Apartments.
Doug Smith, the owner of the apartment complex, told KTVU-TV the victim received an alert about a package being delivered.
But he said when she went to the lobby of the apartment complex to pick-up the package, it was not there.
Meanwhile, the Amazon driver, Ramirez, was standing nearby and Smith said the woman asked Ramirez where the package was.
She replied that the package would be arriving soon.
After the victim waited for about 15 minutes in the lobby, she again asked Ramirez about the status of the delivery, according to Smith.
She told KTVU-TV: “I believe the Amazon driver said something about ‘your white privilege,’ and my tenant said, ‘you don’t need to be a b***h about it’.”
But Ramirez allegedly became angry and began punching the woman in the head and upper body, landing as many as 10 blows.
She, however, claims she was acting in self-defence.
Security footage filmed by cameras outside and inside the lobby shows Ramirez push the woman up against the front entrance and continue to belt her.
The customer is seen hunched over with her hands covering her head in an attempt to defend herself.
The victim is said to have suffered a broken nose and other wounds.
Ramirez was seen wearing her Amazon vest as she posed for her booking photo with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
Smith told KRON-TV that the victim is ‘too shaken up’ to reveal her identity and describe her experiences to the press.
This story was published by The Sun and reproduced with permission.
‘White privilege’: Delivery driver attacks