Cowboy couriers caught throwing fragile parcels into truck | 7NEWS

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Secret footage has exposed two cowboy couriers throwing fragile parcels up to 10 metres into the back of a truck.

One of their victims, whose goods were destroyed, is tonight calling for the reckless StarTrack workers to be sacked.

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