An Amazon delivery driver in Philadelphia was caught on camera Tuesday threatening to shoot someone after they complained that they were blocking the road.
A witness at the scene told Fox Business that the incident took place on the 500 block of Martin Street in Philadelphia.
The video received from Fox Business shows an Amazon truck parked on what appears to be a residential street, blocking traffic. To the side is a woman in an Amazon uniform holding a phone while yelling at the drivers yelling at her to move.
“I don’t know who the hell you think I am,” the woman yells at a driver. She tells someone on the phone that she has “about 500 deliveries in that one block”.
A driver, whose face can’t be seen in the footage, yells at her to move, which seems to upset her even more.
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“Bro, I’m really going to shoot you bro. Stop testing me bro. Stop testing me, ”the woman yells as she approaches a vehicle. “I swear to God. Stop testing me.”
Another driver yells: “Move your car!”
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A witness on the scene told Fox Business that the whole ordeal started because the drivers asked her to move and she got angry. He said she went to let a woman pass but then she took the Amazon truck back to where it was and blocked the road again.
The witness also accused the worker of slapping a neighbor in the face, which Fox Business could not independently confirm. He said the whole episode lasted between 15 and 20 minutes.
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An Amazon spokesman told Fox Business that the company was investigating the incident and taking appropriate action.