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A black Lowe's delivery man says his employer instructed him not to make a delivery because a customer asked that the person who came to her door be white. The company said it took quick action to remedy the situation and to apologize to the driver, Marcus Bradley.
A delivery driver in Danville claims a woman refused to let him into her home because he's black. He says what hurts more is that his employer went along with it.
"I asked him why I couldn't do it and he said because you're black and they don't want you at the house."
"I mean, I thought that Lowe's would take up for me," said Bradley.
"The leaders at the store level who made the decision to hold the driver back, they are no longer with the company," she said. "We have no tolerance for discrimination of any kind."
ABC-13 went to the home where the two say the delivery took place. When asked her side of the story, the woman who came to the door said, "I got a right to have whatever I want and that's it."
When asked if she feels bad about the delivery driver the woman responded, "No, I don't feel bad about nothing."
originally posted by: bananashooter
If I was in charge I would have said screw the customer. But I hate customers in general so....