‘Giving her prime delivery!’ Amazon driver is FIRED after video shows woman in skimpy black dress emerging from the back of his parked delivery van
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An Amazon delivery driver in Tampa, フロリダ, was caught on camera letting a skimpily clad woman out of the back of his work van and has since been fired.
ビデオ, shot in June and posted to チクタク 今週はじめ, shows an unidentified woman wearing a little black dress with her phone tucked into the neckline jumping out the back of the van as a delivery man dressed in his blue vest holds the door open for her. The woman appears to be barefoot.
An Amazon delivery driver (pictured wearing a blue vest) can be seen holding the backdoor open for a woman as she exits the back of the van. Amazon has said the man no longer works for the company
In a newly posted video, an unidentified woman was seen leaving the back of an Amazon delivery driver’s van in Tampa, フロリダ, 六月に
A company representative told TMZ that the driver’s actions do not ‘reflect the high standards we have for our Delivery Service Partners and their drivers.’
‘Allowing unauthorized passengers to enter delivery vehicles is a violation of Amazon policy, and the driver is no longer delivering packages to Amazon customers,’ the company told TMZ.
その間, social media users are thoroughly enjoying the video, poking fun at Amazon’s ‘Prime’ service and the current state of slow delivery times as the holidays approach.
‘He was just giving her prime delivery!’ 1人のユーザーが書いた.
Another poked fun at the slow delivery services lately, 書き込み: ‘So this is why my packages always end up being late.’
Someone even made light of Amazon monopolizing several industries, which includes its grocery service Amazon Fresh and streaming platform Prime Video, とりわけ.
Social media users had a hay day joking about his ‘prime delivery’ and that her package was actually ‘estimated to be delivered by 8-9 月’
Amazon said they do not allow ‘unauthorized passengers to enter delivery vehicles’
‘Amazon is taking over every industry,’ the user wrote.
Most on Twitter jumped at the chance to mention that her ‘real package’ wouldn’t arrive for eight to nine months.
‘Her package is estimated to be delivered by 8-9 月,’ one Twitter user wrote.
The TikTok video, shot by Dylan Hook and posted by his brother Patrick, has racked in more than 11 million views and almost 25,000 comments as of Friday.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Amazon for a comment.