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Online shopping has taken over our wallets and now is how we get our groceries, random trinkets, and other stuff we think we need but probably don't. The only problem is unless you're blessed to work from home every day, there's a high chance you get the alert on your phone your package has arrived, but your package has to remain on your porch for hours until you come home. Now Amazon is trying to solve this problem with their Amazon Cloud Cam, and, at first, the thought of a stranger walking into your home doesn't seem like the smartest choice. But with delivery workers like this person...it's definitely made us think twice.

We know you meant well in trying to hide this person's package Mr. or Mrs. FedEx or UPS driver, but maybe just find a bush or shove it in a corner instead?

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