Amazon van driver fired after woman caught exiting backdoor



This just might’ve brought new meaning to “sex drive.”

A Florida Amazon driver has been sacked after a scantily clad woman was filmed clambering out of his delivery vehicle — sparking speculations as to what transpired behind the backdoor.

A now-viral video documenting the potentially scandalous incident amassed 11.3 million views on TikTok since it was posted last week.

The 11-second footage, originally uploaded on October 24 by content creator @patrickhook01, shows an Amazon courier opening the backdoor of his van, whereupon a blond woman in a black mini-dress hops out.

The clip concludes with the gal pulling a phone out of her skimpy garment as she walks down the street.

Less than a week later, the driver has reportedly been canned for the backdoor scandal.

“This does not reflect the high standards we have for our Delivery Service Partners and their drivers,” a rep for the company told TMZ. “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 Post has reached out to Amazon reps for comment.

Of course, the TikTok commentariat had plenty of their own thoughts about what went down in the vehicle.

“He was just showing her his package,” quipped one social media comedian. Another joked, “She’s got that Prime Plus membership.”

A Florida Amazon driver has been sacked after a scantily clad woman was filmed clambering out of his delivery vehicle — sparking speculations as to what transpired behind the backdoor.@dylanhookofficial/@patrickhook0The mystery woman walks away from the Amazon delivery van.@dylanhookofficial/@patrickhook0One speculated that the delivery driver might have even impregnated his passenger, writing “package will be delivered in 9 months, thank you.”

“This is Amazon’s new backdoor service,” wrote one TikTok wit.

It’s unclear whether the pair had indeed used the delivery vehicle as a bang bus, although Amazon was certainly not pleased with the incident either way.

Meanwhile, this is just the latest in a long line of incidents in which Amazon drivers’ bad behavior has been caught on camera.

Most recently, one of the e-market’s couriers gave new mean to “air mail” earlier this week when a doorbell cam captured him carelessly hurling two packages onto a customer’s doorstep from the side of the road in Minnesota. And in September last year, another Amazon driver was reportedly fired after racist comments were captured on a doorbell cam in North Carolina.

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