Nebraska Man’s Impressions of ‘Scooby-Doo’ Characters Are Spot-On

The former Walmart employee did the impersonations for customers.

— -- A recent video of former Walmart employee Brandon Olderbak doing spot-on "Scooby-Doo" and "Shaggy" voice impressions while ringing up items for a customer at the Walmart Supercenter in North Lincoln, Nebraska, has been making the rounds on Facebook.

The hilarious impersonations had over 4 million views as of this morning. It was originally posted by customer Victoria Twombly, who is now friends with Olderbak.

"This is the coolest checker ever!!!!" Twombly wrote on Facebook. "This is just a little bit of someone who loves his job!! Please share so everyone who goes to Walmart will have a great experience like I did."

Olderbak told ABC News today that Twombly asked him to do the "Scooby" and "Shaggy" voice after originally hearing the impressions for a group of kids at the store.