Amazon Driver Fired After Video Of Woman In Skimpy Dress Sneaking From The Back Of His Van Goes Viral
On 3rd November 2021
An Amazon delivery from Tampa, Florida driver has made it to the headlines for all the wrong reasons and has been fired from his job after he was caught on camera letting a skimpily clad woman out of the back of his work van. While Amazon says that it is taking strict action against the delivery guy as he has violated their company's rules, on the other hand, people on social media had a field day making jokes and memes out of the video.
An Amazon delivery from Tampa, Florida driver has made it to the headlines for all the wrong reasons and has been fired from his job after he was caught on camera letting a skimpily clad woman out of the back of his work van and has since been fired.
The video was originally made back in June but it was posted on TikTok a few days back. The video shows an unidentified woman wearing a short black dress with her phone tucked in her neckline and hopping out of the van barefoot while the man in a blue vest stands holding the door open for her.
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.
As the video went viral, social media is all for having fun and many are alleging that this is probably the reason for the slow delivery and services the company provides to its customers.
'He was just giving her prime delivery!' one user wrote.
Another user wrote: 'So this is why my packages always end up being late.'
Few people even made fun and pointed out how Amazon monopolizes several industries, which includes its grocery service Amazon Fresh and streaming platform Prime Video, among others.
'Amazon is taking over every industry,' the user wrote.
Many on Twitter pointed out how her real package won't even come for the next many months to come.
'Her package is estimated to be delivered by 8-9 months,' 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.