The highly sought after "Zebra" Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 restocked a few weeks ago and one Adidas customer, who actually managed to secure a pair, allegedly never received the kicks at all due to a shady FedEx delivery man.

Reddit user lordhavepercy recently uploaded surveillance footage that shows the FedEx driver pull in front of the customer's house, grab something from the back of the truck and pull away without delivering a package.

According to the customer, the driver scanned the package as being delivered and took off with his Zebra Yeezys.

"I ordered the Zebras off adidas.com on the 25th. Out for delivery via Fedex on the 28th. In this video what happens is the driver pulls up, goes into back, grabs my box and scans them as delivered. He then drives off without leaving package. I immediately issued a claim with Fedex and they gave the Natick, MA Fedex driver 48 hours to respond. He didn't respond."

"Fedex manager in that office states that it would be out of the drivers character to steal...but hasn't even tried to find my package. I also opened a claim with adidas and sent them the video. No help. I have filed a paypal dispute and adidas has just posted the tracking showing it is delivered. I am probably going to accept my L at this point...but I want justice."

This most recent accusation against FedEx also calls into question Adidas' transparent shipping methods, which have the style code listed on the outside of the box, allowing the drivers to know exactly what sneakers are in the box.

Check out the surveillance footage below.