Magic! Amazon driver knocks three times then shouts ‘abracadabra’ and runs away after teen edits ‘mom’s’ special instructions for delivery
- An Amazon driver hilariously played along with a child’s ‘special instructions’
- 13-year-old Jacob Staffieri asked the driver to knock three times and shout ‘abracadabra’
- Lynn Staffieri, of Magnolia, Delaware, captured the funny moment in front of the camera
An Amazon driver hilariously played along with ‘special instructions’ for the delivery of a family that had been secretly changed by a 13-year-old.
Lynn Staffieri, of Magnolia, Delaware, was stunned to see an Amazon delivery boy running away from her home on her family’s security camera.
Little did she know her son Jacob, 13, had left instructions for the driver to knock on the door three times, “shout abracadabra as loud as you can and run away super fast.”
The funny security footage shows the Amazon driver quietly approaching the house and putting the package on the floor before banging on the door three times.
An Amazon driver hilariously played along with a 13-year-old’s ‘special instructions’ for a delivery and asked the person who dropped off the package to knock three times, ‘shout abracadabra’ and ‘ran away super fast’
With funny security footage, the driver plays along with all of Jacob Staffieri’s instructions when delivering the package to the family’s home in Magnolia, Delaware
The driver shouts the magic phrase before sprinting out of the house and jumping over a bucket as she runs back to her van.
The driver plays along and follows all of Jacob’s instructions – including a loud scream as she sprints away.
But the hilarious moment went unnoticed for months until Lynn, 47, got a notification on her phone, where she suddenly saw a delivery boy running out of her house.
Lynn thought the driver was afraid of a dog and went home to check the original images with sound.
While she watched the security video, Jacob, who was standing nearby, suddenly laughed.
The driver conjures up the magical phrase before immediately turning around and running away from the house in the hilarious moment later discovered by Jacob’s mother Lynn Staffieri
The driver even jumps over a bucket following Jacob’s hilarious instructions and has since been praised for her actions, with people suggesting she deserves a promotion
He told his mother what he had done, shocked by disbelief that the driver had really played with his instructions.
Since sharing the video on Facebook, Lynn has said she has received positive responses from around the world, including Germany, Italy and Lebanon.
She posted the footage, which has been viewed more than two million times, with the caption, “Thanks to this amazing Amazon delivery woman!”
Lynn said Amazon told her that the driver doesn’t have social media, but she would get some sort of recognition.
Jacob’s mom Lynn, 47, (both in the photo) was baffled months later when she saw an Amazon driver sprinting from her home at full speed on her security footage
Jacob, who burst out laughing when his mother found the images, explained what he had done and was amazed that the driver had followed his funny instructions
Lynn said, “I hope people understand that this is not malicious at all, and hopefully the driver understands that it is a child who put those instructions in, even if he shouldn’t have.
“I think she had a good time with it and understood it was a child.
“She is a good sport. Even though we are all stuck in these times that we are now, we can still have some fun and enjoy what we do.
“Maybe we don’t take ourselves so seriously and enjoy what we can.”
Thousands of people have praised the driver for her commitment to her job, even suggesting she deserve a pay raise and a promotion for her hilarious actions.
Lynn finally found the hilarious images on June 15, months after her son’s funny joke.