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A woman in the US had some rather unusual delivery instructions added to her Amazon order by her prankster son - and the delivery driver only went and followed them to the letter. You can see how it played out below:
Lynn Staffieri, from Delaware, had placed an order with the online shopping giants, but didn't realise her 13-year-old son Jacob had logged into her account and added a special delivery instruction.
That delivery instruction read as follows: "Knock on the door 3 times and scream abra cadabra as loud as you can and run super fast away."
Now, you could easily forgive the delivery driver for ignoring these instructions. After all, this is undoubtedly a stressful time for key workers, why should they abide by such ludicrous demands?
However, home security footage revealed the delivery driver did exactly as was asked, yelling 'Abra Cadabra!' before scampering away through the garden.
Naturally, when the family watched the footage back, they were left in bits.
Lynn subsequently posted the video on Facebook along with the caption: "Thank you to this great Amazon delivery woman!
"Apparently, my youngest son, had put some 'additional instructions' for delivery and she went along with it. It made us smile even though my son should not have done that so I apologise for that.
"I do appreciate that the driver looked closely enough at the instructions though because I know a lot of people wouldn't."
The video has since been viewed 2.1 million times and shared 27,000 times, with many praising the courier for her noble efforts.
One person said: "Lmao! I need her as my friend. No one ever wants to do stupid stuff like this with me haha. I love her already!"
Another commented: "This is tooo cute. During this very unique time, your son is very creative in making his own fun and passing it on others. It's the little things that count."
A third commented: "This is great! Hope the internet sleuths can find her and reward her for being such an awesome worker."
Unfortunately, the heroic delivery driver hasn't been identified as of yet, but Lynn is hopeful her newfound viral fame might earn her some recognition - ideally from The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Whether or not she is identified, I would like to thank her on behalf of the internet for bringing a smile to our faces.
LADbible has contacted Amazon for comment.
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