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Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Magic! Amazon driver knocks three times then yells 'abracadabra' and runs away after teenager edits the 'special instructions' for his mother's delivery

An Amazon driver hilariously played along with 'special instructions' for a family's delivery, which had been sneakily changed by a 13-year-old. 
Lynn Staffieri, from Magnolia, Delaware, was left baffled after seeing the driver sprint away from her home on her family's security camera.
She was unaware that her son Jacob, 13, had left instructions for the driver to knock on the door three times, 'scream abracadabra as loud as you can and run super fast away'. 
The amusing security footage shows the Amazon driver calmly approach the house and put the parcel on the floor, before banging on the door three times. 

An Amazon driver hilariously played along with a 13-year-old's 'special instructions', asking whoever dropped off the parcel at his home in Magnolia, Delaware, to knock three times, 'scream abracadabra' and 'run super fast away'
An Amazon driver hilariously played along with a 13-year-old's 'special instructions', asking whoever dropped off the parcel at his home in Magnolia, Delaware, to knock three times, 'scream abracadabra' and 'run super fast away'
Amusing security footage shows the driver play along with all of Jacob Staffieri's instructions
Amusing security footage shows the driver play along with all of Jacob Staffieri's instructions
The driver shouts the magical phrase before running away from the house and back to her van at full speed.
The driver plays along and adheres to all of Jacob's instructions – even leaping over a pot as she sprints away.
But Jacob's hilarious delivery instructions went unnoticed by his mother until the parcel was finally delivered.

Lynn, 47, received a notification on her phone, where she saw a delivery driver suddenly running away from her house in security footage.
Thinking the driver had been scared by a dog, Lynn went home to check the original footage with sound.
As she was watching the security video, Jacob, who was standing nearby, suddenly started laughing.
The driver shouts the magical phrase before immediately turning and sprinting away from the house in the hilarious moment, which was later discovered by Jacob's mother Lynn Staffieri
The driver shouts the magical phrase before immediately turning and sprinting away from the house in the hilarious moment, which was later discovered by Jacob's mother Lynn Staffieri
He explained to his mother what he had done when the delivery was placed months earlier, and was amazed that the driver had actually played along.
Since sharing the video on Facebook, Lynn said she has received positive comments from all over the world, including Germany, Italy and Lebanon.
She posted the footage, which has been viewed more than two million times, with the caption: 'Thank you to this great Amazon delivery woman!'
Lynn said Amazon told her that the driver does not have social media but that she would receive some kind of recognition.
The driver even leaps over a bucket as she follows Jacob's hilarious instructions and has since been praised for her actions, with people suggesting she deserves a promotion
The driver even leaps over a bucket as she follows Jacob's hilarious instructions and has since been praised for her actions, with people suggesting she deserves a promotion
Jacob's mother Lynn, 47, (both pictured) was baffled months later when she saw an Amazon driver sprint away from her home at full speed on her security footage
Jacob's mother Lynn, 47, (both pictured) was baffled months later when she saw an Amazon driver sprint away from her home at full speed on her security footage
Lynn said: 'I would hope people understand that this was not meant in a malicious way at all, and hopefully the driver would understand that it was a child who put those instructions in there even though he shouldn't have.
'I think she had a good time with it and understood that it was a child.
'She's a good sport. Even though we're all stuck in these times that we are right now, we can still have some fun and enjoy what we do.
'Maybe not take ourselves so seriously and enjoy what we can.'
Thousands of people have praised the driver for her commitment to her job, even suggesting that she deserved a raise and a promotion for her hilarious actions. 
Lynn saw the hilarious footage on June 15, months after her son entered the amusing instructions for the delivery.

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