Over the last couple of weeks, many Brits across the country have been treated to a flurry of snow showers.
And while the scenes are beautiful, heavy snow fall can be rather inconvenient at times - especially for delivery drivers and Royal Mail workers, who have been having difficulties delivering in some more remote areas of the country.
But it's not just the UK that's been struggling, with other countries across the globe, including some areas of India, experiencing heavy snow.
And one Amazon delivery man decided to think very outside the box when he struggled to deliver parcels to locals in Srinagar, Kashmir. You can watch a clip below:
The driver, known as Shiraz, actually took to horseback after the snowfall stopped vehicles this week. Shiraz usually gets around on motorbike but nearly two foot of snow left the roads un-passable.
So instead, he took to his horse to deliver his parcels. In the clip, Shiraz can be seen navigating the horse through steep and icy hills in the old city.
He can then be seen climbing off the horse, before reaching for a parcel and delivering it to a - rather surprised - customer.
He then mounts the horse once again and rides off to deliver more!
"Of late, I have been involved in this to use the horse to drop off parcels," said Shiraz, who explained he didn't want customers to suffer after the snowfall caused havoc across Kashmir valley.
"It is one of the most unique ways to deliver products on time especially when it is snowing," said one of his customers, a student called Feroz, who had ordered books.
Over 13 inches of snow was recorded in north Kashmir on 6th January. However, south Kashmir saw around five feet of snow while Srinagar had around two feet.
Thank goodness for Shiraz!
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