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Amazon driver fired over viral video of woman in minidress sneaking out delivery van's backdoor

No matter what the two were doing back there, the driver was fired from Amazon because he had an unauthorized passenger in the delivery van.

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An Amazon employee got fired for allowing an "unauthorized passenger" in his company delivery van, according to a viral video capturing the incident.

It was uploaded five days ago to the TikTok account of @patrickhook01 and has over 11 million views and nearly 25,000 comments currently.

The story from TMZ shows the clip that took place in Tampa, Florida. The camera is situated on the upper floor of an opposing building. As it zooms in, the door at the back of the Amazon truck slides open and a woman hops on out, barefoot wearing a black dress. It doesn't look like a kidnapping or abduction, as an Amazon delivery man in a blue uniform is the one opening the door for her.

An Amazon spokesperson told the outlet: "This does not reflect the high standards we have for our Delivery Service Partners and their drivers. Allowing unauthorized passengers to enter delivery vehicles is a violation of Amazon policy, and the driver is no longer delivering packages to Amazon customers."

According to Daily Mail the clip was taken in June. It's unclear whether or not this incident will impact the conversation surrounding Amazon workplace conditions.

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