- A shopaholic and a delivery worker have garnered fame online after footage of them hiding online shopping packages had internet users laughing
- The woman, who had shopped online, left a note on her doorstep asking the delivery worker to hide the orders where her hubby could not find or see them
- Online users were entertained by one delivery worker finding the note and heeding the instructions
A video of a delivery worker has gained attention online after social media users were entertained by the contents.
The footage showed how a woman, who is a self-admitted shopaholic, had crafted a plan to hide some delivery packages from her hubby after going a little overboard with her online shopping.
The plan was to leave a note for the delivery worker which had a set of instructions to help her conceal all the shopping she had done on the internet.
An unsuspecting delivery worker then arrived with the homeowner's packages and found a note on the wall which said: "Read me." She then flipped through the instructions and they asked her to hide all the boxes cleverly across the property and not leave them at the front door.
The woman had also hilariously written that she was "addicted to online shopping" and needed the delivery worker's help. The footage showed how the delivery woman threw one box on the roof and hid the others behind hedges.
Online users thought the footage was hilarious and many related to the temptation of online shopping after being stuck at home due to the pandemic.
Check out the video below:
In other Mzansi-related news going viral online, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man announcing that he had beaten cancer and is now free of the disease.
Surviving cancer is definitely something worth celebrating. A young South African man with the Twitter handle @CarteroCartier recently headed to Twitter where he celebrated his victory over the deadly illness.
The young man's heartwarming post included two selfies in which he looks very enthusiastic and very optimistic about where his life can take him now that he has overcome his struggle with cancer.
"HI, MY NAME IS CARTER AND I WON A FIGHT AGAINST CANCER," he captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Soon the post blew up, amassing over 23 000 likes. Many South Africans also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts of messages and support. Read a few of them below:
"Let's make a toast to this warrior."
"Hi Carter, I'm honoured to read about you, my brother...you are legend, may all GOD's goodness and grace follow you ma se kin."
"Carter, you're a champ for fighting that vicious disease."
"My Fighter, my personal Favorite Vaalian...You are an inspiration."
"You are a conqueror."
"Congratulations. You did it!"
"Oh congratulations sir!!! Here's to many more cancer-free years"
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