Videos show Amazon warehouse workers dancing and singing karaoke during the server outage that halted work
Amazon's servers crashed on Tuesday, bringing some warehouse work and deliveries to a standstill.
- Videos show workers passing the time with karaoke sessions, dance parties, and baseball games.
Amazon's servers experienced a widespread
Dozens of TikTok videos under the hashtag #Amazondown show workers dancing, singing karaoke, and playing baseball to pass the time. "Once in a lifetime thing at Amazon," one user wrote. "I'm taking advantage fashooooo."
The videos offer a glimpse inside Amazon warehouses during the company's massive shutdown — from an adorable pup singing along to "Who Let the Dogs Out" to an impressive robot costume constructed entirely out of Amazon boxes.
Warehouse dance parties broke out in several locations.
"What we were doing while amazon servers were down today for 6 hours.. lots of dancing and karaoke," one TikTok user wrote.
While deliveries stalled, one worker put unused Amazon boxes to good use.
"Amazon system down nationwide ... got paid to mess around all morning," one user captioned a video showing a game of baseball.
This warehouse used Amazon's yellow storage crates to create a game for employees.
The rare pause in work was welcomed by many
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