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An Amazon delivery driver has been praised after she warned a customer about her 'unsafe' house. You can see her musical warning here:
Jessica Huseman - or @_jesshopehuse as she's known on TikTok - shared a clip from her doorbell camera in which an Amazon delivery driver can be seen walking towards her door with a package.
As she approaches the door, she appears to spot the camera and sings out: "Hello Jennifer, I hope your Monday is going well. You have no markers on your house that says what number you are."
She goes on: "And that is hard to find your house my dude and it's unsafe, honestly. What if you needed medical assistance and the paramedics didn't know your town well, come on.
"Have a great day!"
Posting the clip, Jessica wrote: "We just moved in and this happened today... she's not wrong though. Guess I need to get some house numbers."
The delivery driver has since been praised for her warning with one TikTok user writing: "LOL she dropped some knowledge, the package and a tune! Respectable."
Another said: "Retired paramedic. She is 100 percent correct. Protect yourself and get some large numbers on your house and mailbox if it's out front. Spray paint onto the curb too."
While a third added: "That is a person who cares about people. We need more of her."
Another wrote: "Not all heroes wear capes. Delivery with a message of safety song - amazing service!"
I think this woman needs a raise, Amazon - the people have spoken.
A couple of year's back a Scottish Amazon delivery driver went viral after revealing he'd left his customer's parcel in a bucket full of empty Buckfast bottles - or the 'Bucky bin' as he called it.
The customer shared her story on Reddit, with screenshots of their conversation and photographs of the parcel.
Their friendly exchange begins with a text that reads: "Hi there, its Stephen from Amazon, I tried to deliver your parcel but no answer and no neighbour to take in, tried calling to see if you had a safe space I could leave it but no answer."
Replying an hour later, the recipient said: "Hi Stephen. I'm at work at the moment - won't be home until after 6pm. If you are in that area again just stick the parcel in the glass recycle bin at the end of my driveway with 86 on it. Thanks x."
Stephen tells the customer 'no problem' before adding that the parcel was safely stashed in the 'Bucky bin'.
What a guy.
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