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OKLAHOMA CITY --  An Oklahoma City man says his home surveillance system recorded a U.S. Postal Service employee recklessly handling his mail packages.

Pedro Gonzales says he installed security cameras on his home to keep thieves from stealing his packages.

He hasn't caught any thieves yet, but on Sunday morning, Gonzales says his security system delivered a message to him that had him going postal.

"Oh I was livid, I was mad, a few expletives were spoken. It was like I cant believe this," Gonzales said.

The video reportedly shows a United States Postal Service employee throwing fragile packages through the air on to Gonzales' front porch.

"I never thought I'd actually capture the people delivering the packages, actually destroying the packages," Gonzales said.

The odd behavior didn't stop when the packages hit the ground.

In the video, the Postal Service employee seems to take a lap around the mail truck, then casually gets in.

"It looks a little weird to me," Gonzales said.

This is the first time this carrier has deliver his mail, he says the regular person handles the mail with care and lives up to the motto.

"Through rain, through sleet through snow, whatever," Gonzales said.

He said that motto gained a condition on sunday.

"Now through air," Gonzales said.

What was inside the package? More security cameras.

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