Ring camera captures Warwick UPS driver keeping Christmas spirit alive

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A home surveillance video showing a UPS driver going above and beyond is getting lots of attention.

A package delivery that's obviously a toy is stressful for any parent when the kids are home. That's what happened to Warwick parents Megan and Mike Delaney on Thursday.

Ring surveillance cameras captured a UPS driver deliver one of her son's presents, while Megan watched from her phone.

"I turn my phone on and I'm like, 'Oh no!'" she said.

But Megan couldn't believe what happened next.

The camera captured UPS driver Josh Satkin moving garbage cans to hide the present so the Christmas magic wouldn't be spoiled for their three kids.

"We were like this is awesome, it needs to be seen. We're so thankful for him for doing that," said Megan.

The couple then posted the video as a thank you to Satkin on social media, where his holiday spirit has made the video go viral.

Satkin had no idea he was being recorded and says he just wanted to do a good deed. He couldn't talk to News 12 on camera, but said he'd hope his family delivery person would do the same.

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