CNN has learned that a video on YouTube of a man who claimed to be an Amazon employee has gone viral, and that it is now generating interest among fans of the streaming service.
The video titled “A guy who works at Amazon.com” is a video of a small group of men who look like Amazon employees.
The video is an hour and a half long and was made on a mobile phone that was connected to a computer, CNN affiliate KRGV reported.
The group includes a man with glasses, a man in a wheelchair, a woman in a skirt, a boy in a green sweater and a man sitting in a chair with his back to the camera.
The men are all wearing red shirts with the words “Amazon” and “Netflix.”
The man sitting on the couch is the person who is speaking in the video.
The man in the wheelchair says he is from the US, but he does not have a real job and he does all the work at the Amazon headquarters in Seattle.
He said that he is employed as an Amazon warehouse assistant and that he has no connection to the streaming site.
The man in his wheelchair said he is also a member of the United States Navy.
The people in the chair said they work in a video production company.
A video that appears to be from an Amazon video producer shows a man walking to a remote area in a truck and talking to people who are filming the truck.
He is holding a gun and a knife.
The person who made the video posted it to YouTube last week, and it has since been viewed more than 10,000 times.
The footage is posted in a short clip that is more than two minutes long.
The two men in the truck and the man in front of the camera say they work at Amazon, but the video does not show any of the people on the ground.
One of the men who made it said he thought the video was fake and thought it could be from a prankster.
He told KRGV that he does believe it is real and that they had to go undercover to get it.
“They were all wearing masks and were just laughing at me and I was just trying to get the truck to move,” he said.
“It was the best prank ever.
We have done that many.”
The video is believed to have been made by an employee of the Amazon video production and marketing company who was hired to create content for Amazon Prime members.
He did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Amazon video that the man claims to be speaking in appears to have had more than a thousand views on YouTube on Friday.
The videos have attracted more than 7.5 million views and 4 million subscribers.