The Sun is reporting that unsolicited packages from Amazon are showing up at homes around the US and Canada containing sex toys, and Amazon doesn't know why or how to stop it. A spokesperson told The Sun in a statement: "We are investigating inquiries from consumers who have received unsolicited packages as this would violate our policies. We have confirmed the sellers involved did not receive names or shipping addresses from Amazon. We remove sellers in violation of our policies, withhold payments, and work with law enforcement to take appropriate action." Kind of odd that Amazon can't figure out who is placing these orders. If you happen to have a random vibrating package on your front porch you are not alone, Mike and Kelly Gallivan, a Boston couple, claimed to have received 25 Amazon items in total since October. That's what happened to Nikki. She told The Daily Beast that when she originally received a $25 sex toy in the post she thought there'd been a mix-up. She'd bought some mascara from the shopping site that hadn't arrived yet.