Breaking Bad star Bill Burr struggles to carry packages from Zappos and Amazon

Breaking Bad actor Bill Burr was seen running some vital errands on Thursday morning in Los Angeles as he hit up his local UPS to pick up some packages.

The 51-year-old struggled to hold on to boxes from Amazon and Zappos as well as several other smaller packages. 

Many more Americans than usual have taken to shopping online and using delivery services to avoid crowding stores and markets while the Safer At Home mandate is in place in Southern California.

He shops! Breaking Bad actor Bill Burr was seen running some vital errands on Thursday morning in Los Angeles as he hit up his local UPS to pick up some packages

The Mandalorian star kept it casual for the outing, in navy blue track pants, a black hoodie and grey t-shirt underneath.

The Stand Up Guys star also wore a black baseball hat to shield his eyes from the sun, and sported black sneakers.

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When Bill emerged from the delivery site, he had ample packages in both arms, including shipments from Amazon.

The father of one was recently a ‘guest’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which has understandably changed its format in light of the current health crisis.

Need shoes? The 51-year-old struggled to hold on to boxes from Amazon and Zappos (they sell shoes) as well as several other smaller packages

In lieu of filming his late night show in the studio or even at his home, Kimmel went for a drive and visited Burr at his house – where the two men spoke through Jimmy’s car window and maintained the practice of social distancing.

In their conversation, Bill even mentioned his penchant for shopping online and using delivery services, as opposed to going to the supermarket or store himself.

‘I’ve just been Postmating,’ Burr told Kimmel on Tuesday.

Now without his loot: The Mandalorian star kept it casual for the outing, in navy blue track pants, a black hoodie and grey t-shirt underneath. The Stand Up Guys star also wore a black baseball hat to shield his eyes from the sun, and sported black sneakers

‘I don’t understand — why would I go to the grocery store and have 300 nitwits breathing and coughing on everything that I’m gonna buy, or just roll the dice with one Postmate guy.’

Burr has two feature-length films in the can, both having to do with the world of standup comedy.

One is the semi-autobiographical comedy-drama about Pete Davidson called The King Of Staten Island, which is currently slated to release on June 19 according to the film’s IMDb page.

The other movie is called The Opening Act, which is currently in post-production.

On the air: Driveway conversation: Burr was recently a ‘guest’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which has understandably changed its format in light of the current health crisis

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