A computer glitch led to a glut of packages being sent to the home of a student from Bromley, south London.
51 packages with a total value of almost $6,000 were sent to the home of 22-year-old Robert Quinn by mistake, including a 55-inch Samsung 3D television worth over $1,500. Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has since told Mr. Quinn, an engineering student at the University of Liverpool, that he can keep the items.
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A varied shopping basket
As well as the television, Mr. Quinn was sent a Samsung Galaxy Pro tablet, a single bed, a chest of drawers and a baby stroller. He told the Daily Mail that the items appeared to have been sent t