Sure, UPS delivers hundreds of thousands of packages every day, and somewhere in between, there's bound to be a few mix ups. But some of those mix ups are far more pricey than others.
Reddit user Seventy_Seven received a $400,000 drone at his house that was meant for the U.S. government. Obviously, holding on to that thing would have gotten him in a lot of hot water, so he called UPS to inform them about the mistake, to which they said he could keep it:
Just called UPS. They told me that it was one of the undelivered packages in their office, and asked if I've ever had an undelivered package. I said no, but he insisted that it was mine, and said that it was up to me if I want to keep it or not.
I don't think that's the right way to go about this, so I'm going to call the number on the card, and get this sorted out.
Smart man. Turns out, he had only received a portion of the drone, without the propellers, so he couldn't use it to spy on us anyway.