"What really shocked me is that a driver would put himself in this position, no pun intended, and then allow the pictures to be posted publicly.
She was touting much more explicit photos of this encounter on a version of her web site that is locked away and it's only for members."
UPS Spokesperson Susan Rosenberg told UPI the delivery service is trying to track down the driver involved with the photos.
"It disrespects UPS drivers and customers. This is not behavior we would ever condone for anyone, let alone for our company. We want to assure other drivers and our customers that this will be fully investigated."
Michael Rusch is the global news curation director for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.