Woman has been sent 64 packages from Amazon that she didn't order and they all contain the same thing
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Christmas has come early for one woman who's been sent 64 packages from Amazon despite not ordering any of them. Unfortunately, they all contain basically the same thing.
It's not unheard of to receive the occasional letter or parcel intended for somebody else, but TikToker Olivia Douglass decided to start documenting her experience after receiving not one, not two, but dozens of parcels addressed to somebody else.
The boxes are addressed to her home, but to another recipient, and when she contacted Amazon she was advised that the intended owner would probably have raised a claim, so she could just keep hold of the boxes.
That's all well and good when it's just one or two, but eventually they start to pile up, and Olivia has now received a total of 64 boxes to her home.
Relaying her ordeal in a TikTok posted last month, Olivia questioned: "Does anyone else have a Secret Santa that just keeps sending packages to your house, but to their name?... Anybody else, or is it just me?"
The TikToker was quickly met with floods of comments begging her to open the boxes and find out what exactly this random person was ordering so much of, with one viewer commenting: "The self control you have to have collected that many packages without opening them. I could never."
Once the pile had crept up to include more than 40 boxes, Olivia decided to give in to desperate viewers and crack open the parcels.
In a follow-up video featuring her husband, Olivia ripped into a bag to reveal what was inside while her husband set about opening a box.
She initially pulled out an American pride peace flag, followed by three American Eagle flags and another US flag, while her husband revealed that he too had opened up a trove of flags.
As the pair opened more and more parcels, they began to realise they all contained the same thing, so much so that Olivia changed her TikTok bio to read: "I now identify as flag girl."
The pair did find a couple of slightly different items in one of their latest unboxings, revealing pillow cases and holders for wrapping paper, but on the whole it's basically just been a sh*t load of flags.
The parcel saga has captivated thousands of viewers, so Olivia recently updated her followers to announce that she wanted to offer viewers the chance to donate to people in need in exchange for receiving a flag, and shared plans to send some of the flags to artists who could make use of them.
We may never know who the flags really belong to, but I hope they're happy knowing they've kept so many people entertained.