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That viral dancing Amazon driver is in Delaware

The security footage of a porch with snacks for delivery drivers is from Middletown.

Karim Earl Reed III's viral happy dance. (Screenshot)

A small act of kindness from Middletown’s Kathy Ouma has gone viral, as local Amazon delivery driver Kareem Earl Reed III was caught on her security camera doing a happy dance after discovering free snacks on the porch with a sign inviting drivers to help themselves.


The footage has made an impact, with people all over the world proclaiming their intention to share snacks with their delivery drivers this holiday season in the hopes of eliciting similar joy.

And already, not surprisingly, there are suggestions for making Pinterest-worthy delivery driver snack signs and color-coordinated baskets of treats, because the internet is a perpetual contest for cuteness domination:

Apparently it’s not all talk — delivery drivers are reporting snack hauls since the video, which was first uploaded to Facebook on Dec. 2, went viral:

The dancing driver joins Delabear, spider sheep and the M-W baby as Delaware’s biggest viral moments of 2019.

Companies: Amazon

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