Any one will be confused and even freaked out when your home security sends you a notification and shows you a video of a person running away from your porch. That is exactly what happened to Lynn Staffieri, a mom from Delaware. While out one day, she received notification from Nest Doorbell that someone had been at their door, when she viewed the attached video she was bewildered to see an Amazon delivery driver frantically running from the doorstep of her home.
Confused since the video sent to her mobile phone by the security system did not have audio and intent on finding out more about the weird incident, the first thing she did upon getting home was review the video. The video shows the young lady Amazon delivery driver approach their porch with a package, as she puts down the package, she bangs on the door and shouts “Abra Kadabra!” before running back to her van.
“Apparently, my youngest son had put some ‘additional instructions’ for delivery and she went along with it,” said Lynn. It seems that before sending out the order on amazon, her son had filled out the “Do we need any additional instructions to find this address?” part of the form and wrote, “No but knock on the door 3 times and scream abra cadabra as loud as you can and run super fast away.” Amazingly the delivery lady read the instructions and followed it to the letter.
It has since gone viral with over two million views. A lot of people are praising the young lady for her amazing commitment to her job. One said, “Magnificent! Everyone has been so grumpy over the last few months and this young lady (and your son) brightened all of our lives!! Thank you so much for sharing this!!” And one even went to say, “Employee of the year!” which we totally agree this young Amazon Delivery Driver do deserve!
Lynn was really impressed that the young Amazon employee took the time to look at the order form, read it closely and thoroughly and followed the instructions, “I do appreciate that the driver looked closely enough at the instructions, though, because I know a lot of people wouldn’t,” she said.