Yesterday I was covering a route that I had not been on in quite a while. I had 1 COD package for a Auto & Truck Accessory place along with 5 prepaid packages. The young punk receiver wanted to open the box of running boards before getting me a check. I told him politely that is not allowed and he started on me. I told him he better get the boss or I was leaving. He got the boss and boy was that a mistake, it was his smart mouth father. I handed him the packing list and he said he needed the package but he grabbed the package and started ripping it open to inspect it while the kid got a check. He said he's had too many damaged packages that he's been burnt on. The box was in like new condition and I didn't think of taking any pictures to prove my point. I got my check and left. I called in & told the OMS she'd probably be getting a concern or message. Sure enough the clown called the 800 #. Of course he said I was rude and was calling the shipper yada yada yada. I will be asking the regular driver who was on vacation what's this guy's problem. Years ago I know drivers got in trouble for allowing people to open COD's and then refusing them. Is this still the case?