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An Indiana UPS driver has caught the attention of the internet for the most adorable reason.


Bethany Auth of Russiaville, Indiana took to Facebook last week to share the unexpected bit of entertainment received when her UPS man delivered some of her packages.

Her post claimed,

"Your UPS driver likely doesn't have anything on mine. Hoosier movie star and all πŸ˜‚"

The video shows the UPS worker noticing Auth's doorbell camera then choosing to give her and her husband a little dance.

He slyly turns his UPS hat to the side and begins to dance. Some surmise that he is dancing along to a laid-back version of Drake's "In My Feelings."

Watch Auth's video here.


Auth told KUTV 2 News,

"We laughed so much when watching it. My husband and I were out finishing Christmas shopping. My phone alerted me someone was at our door. I opened the notification to him dancing. I knew I had to share it. Brought a smile to our face during a stressful time of year. You can tell he loves his job and has fun doing it."

The video has since gone viral and is bringing people everywhere holiday joy.










What a great way to spread holiday cheer!

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