'Britain's grumpiest postman' caught in second foul-mouthed rant in week

The postman was filmed calling a house a "f***ing s***hole" last week
The postman was filmed calling a house a "f***ing s***hole" last week

A Royal Mail worker dubbed 'Britain's grumpiest postman' has been caught in his second foul-mouthed rant of the week.  

The postman was filmed calling a house a "f***ing s***hole" last week. 

In a new video the postman has been caught bad-mouthing a homeowner in Walsall for not being home when he tries to deliver a parcel. 

In the new footage he can be heard ranting, "Right, I ain't having that, they’re never f*cking in".

"Here's the other one, f**ing have them", he continues before putting the parcel through the letterbox. 

The homeowner, who did not wish to be identified told the Sun, "This isn’t the sort of thing you’d expect from your neighbourhood postman.

"When we saw the footage we were utterly shocked.

"I work hard and have a busy job but try to be here or make arrangements for when parcels and deliveries are due.

"It’s actually quite intimidating to know that someone like this comes to your home everyday and thinks badly of you for not being in."

Last week the same Royal Mail worker was caught on a door-cam by Annete Barrett calling her house a "f**ing s***hole" as he delivered a letter.

The Royal Mail worker later denies the allegations after Annette's partner left him a note on their door saying the "s***hole" had reported him.

He was also told to "smile, you're on CCTV".

The postman can be seen spotting the note and saying, "I didn't, I wasn't talking about that".

"I was shocked," Barrett told The Sun Online.

"I'd understand if it looked a s***hole but I pride myself on keeping a nice house - the back garden is beautiful."

A spokesperson for the Royal Mail said, “Royal Mail expects the highest standards of behaviour from our people while out on deliveries and collections at all times.

"We regularly remind our postmen and postwomen of the important role they play in their local communities.

"We were very sorry to learn about this incident, and for the distress this incident has caused. We will be in touch with the customer concerned to apologise and to inform them we are investigating this incident."