‘Giving her prime delivery!’ Amazon driver is FIRED after video of a woman wearing a black, skimpy dress emerges from his parked delivery van

  • An Amazon delivery man has been fired after a video surfaced showing a woman leaving the back of his van in Tampa, Florida
  • The video was shot in June, and recently posted to TikTok. It showed a blue-vested man opening the door for a woman wearing a black, skimpy dress. 
  • Amazon has confirmed that the man does not work for Amazon and that he is not allowed to travel with unauthorized passengers in delivery vehicles.

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A Tampa Amazon delivery driver was caught on camera letting an inebriated woman out of his van. He has since been fired.  

The video was shot in June and posted on TikTok this week. It shows an unidentified woman in a little black dress, her phone tucked into her neckline, jumping out of the van’s back, while a delivery man in his blue vest holds her door open. The woman appears to have gone barefoot.

An Amazon delivery driver (pictured wearing a blue vest) can be seen holding the backdoor open for a woman as she exits the back of the van. Amazon has said the man no longer works for the company

As a woman exits the van’s back, an Amazon delivery driver (pictured in a blue vest and holding the backdoor open) can be seen. Amazon has stated that the man is no longer employed by the company. 

In a newly posted video, an unidentified woman was seen leaving the back of an Amazon delivery driver's van in Tampa, Florida, in June

A newly posted video shows an unidentified woman leaving the back of an Amazon delivery van in Tampa, Florida in June.

A representative of the company told TMZ that the actions of the driver did not reflect the high standards we hold for our Delivery Service Partners’ drivers. 

The company stated to TMZ that allowing unauthorized passengers to enter delivery trucks is a violation Amazon policy. It also said that the driver is no longer delivering packages for Amazon customers. 

Meanwhile, social media users are enjoying the video, making fun of Amazon Prime’s service and the current slow delivery times as holidays approach.  

“He was just giving her prime delivery!” One user wrote.

Another joked about the slow delivery of packages lately, writing: “So this is why all my packages always end-up being late.”  

One even joked about Amazon’s dominance of several industries, including its grocery service Amazon Fresh, and streaming platform Prime Video. 

Social media users had a hay day joking about his 'prime delivery' and that her package was actually 'estimated to be delivered by 8-9 months'

Social media users joked about his ‘prime Delivery’ and that her package was actually slated to arrive in 8-9 months. 

Amazon said they do not allow 'unauthorized passengers to enter delivery vehicles'

Amazon stated that they do not allow unauthorized passengers to enter delivery vehicles. 

The user wrote that Amazon was taking over all industries. 

Most Twitter users were quick to point out that her “real package” wouldn’t arrive for up to nine months. 

One Twitter user wrote that “Her package is expected to be delivered within 8-9 month.” 

Dylan Hook shot the TikTok video and Patrick posted it. As of Friday, there were more than 11,000,000 views and nearly 25,000 comments on the TikTok video. 

DailyMail.com reached Amazon for a comment.