Amazon Delivery Driver 'Twerks' After Being Asked By Customer
A delivery driver went above and beyond to fulfil a customer's 'special request' by twerking on camera.
The unnamed delivery guy was dropping off an Amazon package to Kaylen Green, who had cheekily requested that the driver should twerk when he arrived at her home.
His moves were caught on camera and then shared online by Kaylen, and the clip has since been viewed millions of times.
Posting the footage, Kaylen wrote: "We don't deserve Amazon customer service."
And people have flocked to praise the good-humoured delivery man, with one posting: "This guy deserves a raise!"
Another said: "Not the hero we need but the hero we deserve."
A third joked: "He delivered twice."
But while this guy has been praised for being a good egg, last week saw the arrival of a delivery driver villain on TikTok.
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Footage shows the driver walking up to the customer's door with her food order and taking a photo to 'prove' it had been dropped off... before then picking up the lot and walking away.
DoorDash, a food delivery service in the United States, now offers no-contact delivery, which means the driver can simply drop off someone's order at their door or in a porch, rather than handing it over in person.
So in order to prove that the delivery has been made, the drivers are required to take a photo for evidence - but this one seemed to think they had a way of getting around the system.
TikToker @barbeed0ll posted the video on her feed, writing: "Did you think cameras didn't exist?? Hope DoorDash fires you."
The video has since gone viral, racking up 9.9 million views as other social media users called for justice for the DoorDash customer.
A DoorDash spokesperson told LADbible: "We have zero tolerance for such inappropriate behaviour, and are actively working to identify the Dasher and will immediately deactivate from the platform.
"We sincerely regret that this incident fell short of the experience we strive to give our customers every day, and are reaching out to the customer to support."
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