This postman is making sure he adds a little extra to his deliveries.
While many of us stay inside in isolation, one cheeky postman is making everyone's day a bit brighter with his new 'uniform' - or should we say, 'uniforms'.
To spread a bit of cheer and give a giggle, the postman is dressing up in a hilarious outfit when delivering to people's houses.
So far, the burly man has stepped out as a cheerleader, Little Bo Peep and a Gladiator - which his company says is fine to do, as long as he wears his ID and company shoes.
The 39-year-old father of two says that he has a whole drawer full of other dress ups from previous charity work, so it won't be long until his community spot some new characters.
"Everyone is uncertain at the moment and you are the only person outside of the family that they see, so why not give them something to smile about?," the postman told Metro. "It’s really nice to see people come out to see me.
"After my first round dressed as a cheerleader, the next day people were already out waiting before I even got there dressed as Little Bo Peep.
"Of course, as a key worker, I’m obviously worried about the coronavirus but that’s always in the back of mind but I have to keep it there and carry on. By doing this and seeing my customers’ smiles, it’s helping me to keep my spirits up too," he says.
A woman who is on the postman's delivery route has said that his hilarious antics are making all the difference to life in isolation.
"Being on lockdown is hard for all residents, not being able to go see family and friends is an emotional experience.
"Most people now only have the postman and his outfits to put a little cheer in their day. He’s doing an amazing job keeping community spirits high and bringing a smile."
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