Amazon driver fired after woman in skimpy dress seen slipping out van back door

A viral TikTok video showing a woman stepping out of an Amazon van got a driver sacked.

The video, which was captured in Florida, saw a woman wearing a black short dress and no shoes jump from the Amazon van which was parked outside a building.

The clip, which has now been viewed by nearly 12 million people since being uploaded on October 24, caught an Amazon courier sliding his vehicle’s backdoor open, before the mysterious woman hopped out.

Unfortunately for the driver, he was reportedly sacked a week later.

A spokesperson for Amazon told TMZ: “This does not reflect the high standards we have for our Delivery Service Partners and their drivers.”

He added: “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 nature of the woman and the driver’s suspicious meeting in the van is yet to be disclosed.

But naturally, TikTok users had a lot to say about the seemingly naughty encounter as a person commented:

“Package will be delivered in 9 months. Thank you.”

“She’s got that Prime Plus membership,” another user cheekily wrote.

Someone else wrote the following comment: “So Amazon drivers are the new milk men.”

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While someone else commented: “This is why my packages are always late and sticky.”

Even the official TikTok account for Trojan, a condom brand, took on the comment section and wrote: “Delivery available in 3-4 business minutes.”

However, other people found the uploaded footage less amusing as someone wrote: “Damn, you really got this man fired.”

This is not Amazon’s first time being linked to a scandalous delivery man.

In a more serious case which happened in 2019 in Luton, a man who had a string of convictions including sex trafficking, entered a family’s property by posing as an Amazon delivery driver.

He went on to viciously attack a 14-year-old girl, her aunt and grandmother.

Despite fleeing the UK after the assault, the man, who has since been identified as Sandel Hornea, a 36-year-old Romanian man, has been caught and jailed.

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