Sunday, August 15, 2010

Disgusting Things in the Mail



Afternoon, everyone!

I just wanted to let everyone know that I received a rather disturbing message in my in box today. Apparently someone or someones are sending people used feminine products in the mail. Not only is it disgusting, it's dangerous and obviously rather offensive - but also illegal.

If you or someone you know has received something like this in the mail, talk to your local post office or e-mail them via their website. If you let the USPS or Canada Post (etc.) know, it's the first step to stopping it.

No one deserves to get that in the mail. Help stop mail crime by reporting these issues.

5 comments:

Jessica said...

All right. THAT is gross like woah.

Henderica said...

eww :(
Why do people do things like that

Bianca J said...

Oh my goodness - that is just awful - I am so sorry that you received something so foul in your mailbox :( I find it so bizarre, especially considering that something like that would contain DNA. If it kept happening I would certainly notify the police. You are the least deserving recipient of something like that. I hope that good mail is abounding and making up for this awful blip. I've got a letter in an envelope waiting to be filled with a few other goodies for you :) Hope you're well!

carrie said...

Out of curiosity -- as you said you received a message in your inbox -- does this mean you received an email about people receiving such things, or did you actually receive this in your postal mail box?

Do you know anyone personally who has received such a package in the mail, or is there a possibility this is one of those WARNING WARNING emails that may be based more on urban (or postal!) myth than reality?

carrie said...

Out of curiosity -- as you said you received a message in your inbox -- does this mean you received an email about people receiving such things, or did you actually receive this in your postal mail box?

Do you know anyone personally who has received such a package in the mail, or is there a possibility this is one of those WARNING WARNING emails that may be based more on urban (or postal!) myth than reality?

 

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