A UPS driver was filmed taking the time to carefully hide a young lad's surprise Christmas present when he dropped it off while the family was away.
The youngster had a treat in store – a brand new bicycle – but it was not wrapped in parcel paper or any other kind of packaging, making it very obvious what is inside.
Luckily, kind-hearted driver Josh Satkin, who didn't know he was being filmed on surveillance cameras, decided to spend several minutes painstakingly hiding the giant parcel.
In the video, Josh can be seen hauling a giant parcel above his head and then leaving it outside the front of the house.
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He then carefully moves two bins in front of the parcel and puts an empty box over the top to fully disguise it.
Megan Delaney, the child's mum, told WABC: “I’m like, yes, he saved Christmas. He covered it.”
Her husband Mike posted the footage on Facebook, where it has since been shared more than 2.4 million times.
UPS said it trains drivers to “hide” parcels when nobody is home to receive them.
Delivery drivers are occasionally accused of “running away” when delivering parcels, without even checking if the customers are home.
A furious couple filmed a driver leaving a parcel without ringing the doorbell during the busy festive period.
Tragically, a 42-year-old delivery driver died from a suspected heart attack just before Christmas this year, with pals claiming he was “worked to death”.
Meanwhile, a robber disguised as a delivery driver brutally assaulted a girl and her grandmother, leaving her unconscious.
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