Someone is having a terrible day… literally.
In a viral TikTok video that has over 8 million views, an Amazon employee named Charles chronicles his journey after falling into a septic tank while trying to deliver a package.
Charles, who uses the username @dovahkiin0103 in the app, recorded the disturbing story in three parts. He named the series “s-tty situations”.
In the first video, Charles explains that he went through a hole in the ground while trying to deliver to a customer’s house and then collapsed, knocking him over.
“I’m six feet down, so I tried to use the roots around me to get out, but the dirt pulled further up, so I called Dispatch,” Charles says from a deep looking dirt pit. I was. .
Warning: graphic language
He then explained that the wall was ‘cave-in’ to him.
In the second update, Charles reassured viewers by sharing that the fire department was trying to get him to do well, but that didn’t mean he was out of the woods yet. I panned the camera to show myself submerged in grayish waste.
“I’m knee-deep in mud, standing in pee and s–t. Sure,” Charles said. “I don’t want to die of someone’s f-kin’ whatever you call these things.”
Falling into a septic tank is extremely dangerous and surface water can become contaminated with pathogens such as: Escherichia coli A chemical, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Charles said he hopes the Amazons don’t end his route — he revealed the answer in the grand finale clip. I had a stop left.
“Unfortunately, my answer was yes. “They have already sent someone to pick up 50 parcels from me, so that’s great.”
The delivery driver was eventually rescued by the fire department, and an ambulance and even a helicopter were on hand to assist, he said. They threw a ladder and dug him out of the hole.
“The fire chief said the situation I was in was dangerous. I probably didn’t realize how dangerous it was because when he got there, he Because I said, ‘Don’t move’.”
After that, he said he went home, took a “quick shower”, changed clothes, and finished the delivery.
In the comments section of his post, viewers seemed so interested in the Amazon driver that they couldn’t stand it.
“I need to get a blood test done to make sure I don’t have hepatitis or other waste-borne illnesses,” one user urged him after the final video.
Another poster wrote: