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Former Glamour Model 'Distraught' By Iceland Delivery Driver's Message

Rebecca Shepherd

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Former Glamour Model 'Distraught' By Iceland Delivery Driver's Message

A former glamour model has revealed how she was left 'distraught' after an Iceland delivery driver messaged her.

Angelica Harte explained how the 'normal middle-aged man' had just delivered her £60 monthly shop before reaching out to her.

Credit: Triangle News
Credit: Triangle News

The mum says she answered the door to her flat in her pyjamas and claimed that she barely even spoke to the worker in the midst of the pandemic on 10 February 2021.

Angelica, 44, has spoken about how women should be able to take deliveries without fearing they will be hit on by staff.

She explained: "I was in my pyjamas with no make-up on, but even like that I still got that type of attention from a man who was prepared to lose his job over asking me out. 

“I was scared that not only did he have my phone number but he had my address also and could appear at any time. 

“I was really distraught over it. I didn’t see the funny side of it at all.”

Credit: Triangle News
Credit: Triangle News

The text that Angelica received read: "Hi this is the Iceland driver from earlier didn’t get chance to say what I wanted because you’re neighbour came out, do you fancy a walk in the park tomorrow I’m not working so anytime that suits you."

She went on to say: "He seemed like a normal middle-aged man. He was staring at me and seemed to want to engage in conversation whereas I’m really shy and just wanted my groceries and to shut the door.

“About two hours later I got the text. I was shocked and angry. Within a week I think I complained to Iceland."

The message. Credit: Triangle News
The message. Credit: Triangle News

She continued: “I thought home deliveries would be easier but I didn’t expect to get harassed. 

“Now my friend takes me food shopping which isn’t ideal as I’m in the vulnerable group so I’d rather stay away from people to avoid catching Covid.”

It is understood the man in question is now no longer working on behalf of Iceland.

Angelica said: "I felt vulnerable and I didn't expect that type of nonsense just getting my shopping delivered. I didn’t think he should be able to get away with it.

“I’ll never shop at Iceland again.”

LADbible has reached out to Iceland for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Triangle News

Topics: News, UK News

Rebecca Shepherd
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