Nowadays, we all order products online with the comfort from our homes, but sometimes this comfort gives us extra tension when the delivery guy calls us and says, ‘sir, I’m not able to find your location, please come to …. I’m waiting here.’ Sometimes even Google location doesn’t work, forcing us to go to leave our home and go to the delivery man to collect our order. This is when we feel compelled to cancel the order and purchase it from the market by paying extra amount.
Finding a solution to this problem, a man from Rajasthan wrote his addresses in a way that the delivery man doesn’t even need to open Google Maps to find the delivery address. The picture of the parcel has gone viral, leaving the internet in splits.
The image is believed to have been posted by someone in Rajasthan. Catchnews cannot verify the authenticity of it.
The viral picture was shared by a Twitter user @nishantchant on January 13. As per the information mentioned in the viral pic, the name of the customer is Bhikharam. In the address, he mentions, "Bhikharam, Hari singh nagar Gilakor gaav se 1 km pahle right side apne khet ka gate h lohe ka gate h paas me ek chhoti fatak h or gate ke paas kala mungiya dala huaa h waha aake phone kr dena me samne aa jaunga. Jodhpur District-342314 Rajasthan (Just a kilometer before Hari singh nagar Gilakor village, there will be a gate for a field and a railway crossing. Call me when you get there and I'll come to the location. Jodhpur District-342314, Rajasthan)." As mentioned on the parcel, the order was placed on January 4, 2023.
"Delivery wala marte dam tak iska address yaad rakhega (The delivery executive will remember his address till his last breath)" reads the caption of the post.
Delivery wala marte dam tak iska address yaad rakhega 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/qaeDaOMWHY— Nishant 🇮🇳 (@Nishantchant) January 13, 2023
Since being shared, the post has accumulated 9,44,000 views and over two thousand likes. The post also attracted several hilarious comments.
"Ye banda mere gav ka h (This person is from my village)" said a user.
"Actually delivery person won't mind it," commented another person.
"Well done," said a user.
What are your thoughts about the viral post?