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WATCH: Woman captures Amazon delivery driver's delight at basket of treats left at her door

Posted at 2:50 PM, Dec 04, 2019

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO — Most of the time when homeowners look back at footage caught on their doorbell cameras, it’s usually a porch pirate stealing a package, but a Delaware woman captured an Amazon delivery driver dancing and enjoying at an unexpected surprise at the door.

Every year, Kathy Ouma leaves treats and refreshments for the delivery drivers braving the cold to deliver packages to her home in Delaware during the holiday season.

Captured on her doorbell camera from two different angles, the Amazon Prime driver is seen delivering a package to her doorstep when he notices a basket full of goodies on a chair.

To his surprise he was greeted with a basket filled with cookies and soda for any delivery driver.

"Aw, this is so nice!" the delivery driver can be heard saying before grabbing a handful of treats for the road.

He walks away dancing with his day made thanks to a generous gesture from a local woman spreading some holiday cheer.

Since it was first posted on Monday, the Facebook video has gone viral with over 2.2 million views.

Editor's note: A miscommunication led News 5 to understand that Kathy Ouma lives in Cleveland Heights. She has since clarified that she lives in Middletown, Delaware.