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Giggling delivery rider bounces up and down on customer’s trampoline in hilarious footage

This is the hilarious moment a delivery driver jumped at the chance to test out one of his customers’ trampolines while dropping off their food. 

Sharil Berlandier, 25, works as a dispatch rider for GrabFood in Seletar, Singapore, and says it is very rare for houses in Singapore to have a trampoline.  

The delivery driver was out on a job on March 29 when he realised the house he was delivering food to had a trampoline. 

Sharil Berlandier (pictured), 25, works as a dispatch rider for GrabFood in Seletar, Singapore, and says it is very rare for houses in Singapore to have a trampoline

Sharil Berlandier (pictured), 25, works as a dispatch rider for GrabFood in Seletar, Singapore, and says it is very rare for houses in Singapore to have a trampoline

Sharil Berlandier (pictured), 25, works as a dispatch rider for GrabFood in Seletar, Singapore, and says it is very rare for houses in Singapore to have a trampoline

Footage filmed on Mr Berlandier’s GoPro captures him asking the customer: ‘Hey is it okay if I bounce on the trampoline for one second?’

The customer, looking confused, asks, ‘why?’, to which Mr Berlandier says: ‘For fun!’ 

To Mr Berlandier’s delight, the customer then says, ‘yeah go on’, and points to the side of his garden where the trampoline is located. 

Once Mr Berlandier clambers on to the trampoline he can be heard squealing with giggles of delight as he bounces up and down. 

The delivery driver was out on a job on March 29 when he realised the house he was delivering food to had a trampoline. Footage filmed on Mr Berlandier's GoPro captures him asking the customer: 'Hey is it okay if I bounce on the trampoline for one second?'

The delivery driver was out on a job on March 29 when he realised the house he was delivering food to had a trampoline. Footage filmed on Mr Berlandier's GoPro captures him asking the customer: 'Hey is it okay if I bounce on the trampoline for one second?'

The delivery driver was out on a job on March 29 when he realised the house he was delivering food to had a trampoline. Footage filmed on Mr Berlandier’s GoPro captures him asking the customer: ‘Hey is it okay if I bounce on the trampoline for one second?’ 

To Mr Berlandier's delight, the customer then says, 'yeah go on', and points to the side of his garden where the trampoline is located

To Mr Berlandier's delight, the customer then says, 'yeah go on', and points to the side of his garden where the trampoline is located

To Mr Berlandier’s delight, the customer then says, ‘yeah go on’, and points to the side of his garden where the trampoline is located

He only stays on the trampoline for a few seconds before jumping off and leaving the customer’s home after shouting: ‘Thank you.’ 

When asked what made him want to use the trampoline Mr Berlandier said: ‘I don’t really know, it was just in the moment kind of thing. 

‘And it’s very rare for houses in Singapore to have a trampoline so that was the first time using a customer’s trampoline!

‘Whenever I work I document my day and whenever there’s something special or funny I’ll upload it to TikTok.’

Once Mr Berlandier clambers on to the trampoline he can be heard squealing with giggles of delight as he bounces up and down

Once Mr Berlandier clambers on to the trampoline he can be heard squealing with giggles of delight as he bounces up and down

Once Mr Berlandier clambers on to the trampoline he can be heard squealing with giggles of delight as he bounces up and down

Mr Berlandier posted the hilarious interaction on TikTok on March 29 with the caption, ‘got tips AND played the trampoline awhile HAHA,’ and it has already been viewed 1.7million times. 

He has been sharing videos to YouTube and TikTok since he bought his GoPro last year after being inspired by a popular ‘motovlogging’ YouTuber M13. 

Motovlogging is a type of video diary that a rider on a motorcycle records to document their day.   

In many of his videos Mr Berlandier is seen talking to viewers about what is happening in his life as he makes deliveries on his Honda CBR150R. 

In one clip which was viewed more than 800,000 times on TikTok, he is seen offering to let the cyclist next to him on the road use his bike. 

His friends are supportive of his newfound fame, and Mr Berlandier said he now occasionally gets recognised on the street. 

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