By Steve Dellar  |  12-18-2017   News
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For those of you who don’t know, Secret Santa is when your work orders you to buy a cheap Christmas present for a co-worker, which is then opened during the office Christmas party mostly, to the laughs of others. It’s supposed to be funny and harmless.

19-year-old Miss Georgia Mellor from Widnes in the United Kingdom was probably participating for the first time. We can only imagine that she quite fancied her co-worker who was set on receiving the present, as she ordered what she assumed was the perfect gift from eBay that her budget allowed: a penis-shaped stress ball.

Miss Mellor had assumed it would arrive boxed up as all her other packages always seem to do but this time the sender hat put it in a see-through plastic bag with her address on it. There to deliver the ‘penis’ was her uncle who works as a postman. Luckily he didn’t have to make a detour to deliver it, as he also had to stop at the house to deliver her 13-year-old brother’s birthday card.

The young girl explained: “This is something that my family will always keep bringing up. They’ll never let me live this down. This kind of thing could only happen to me.”

“It is typical that it was at my brother’s birthday. I was hoping that it wasn’t my uncle that delivered it, but it was. He delivered my brother’s birthday card at the same time. He found it funny. It was so embarrassing. He just took the mick out of me. My brother found it funny too.”

“I explained it to them in the end. Everyone just found it hilarious. I thought the packaging would be a bit more discreet. I had no idea it would arrive like that.”

The English Royal Mail issued an apology afterward: “Royal Mail would like to apologise to the customer. We process and deliver millions of items of mail each day without incident, however, items of mail can occasionally arrive open either because they are poorly packaged or damaged as they pass through our machine processes.”

“In cases concerning confidential or sensitive material, items should be placed in a Royal Mail envelope so the contents are not visible and then placed in the protective bag.”

“We apologise that in this case the correct procedure was not followed.”

Source:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5190549/Carer-19-saucy-Secret-gift-delivered-clear-bag.htmlWhen You Buy A Naughty ‘Secret Santa Gift’ And Forget to Add Packaging

For those of you who don’t know, Secret Santa is when your work orders you to buy a cheap Christmas present for a co-worker, which is then opened during the office Christmas party mostly, to the laughs of others. It’s supposed to be funny and harmless.

19-year-old Miss Georgia Mellor from Widnes in the United Kingdom was probably participating for the first time. We can only imagine that she quite fancied her co-worker who was set on receiving the present, as she ordered what she assumed was the perfect gift from eBay that her budget allowed: a penis-shaped stress ball.

Miss Mellor had assumed it would arrive boxed up as all her other packages always seem to do but this time the sender hat put it in a see-through plastic bag with her address on it. There to deliver the ‘penis’ was her uncle who works as a postman. Luckily he didn’t have to make a detour to deliver it, as he also had to stop at the house to deliver her 13-year-old brother’s birthday card.

The young girl explained: “This is something that my family will always keep bringing up. They’ll never let me live this down. This kind of thing could only happen to me.”

“It is typical that it was at my brother’s birthday. I was hoping that it wasn’t my uncle that delivered it, but it was. He delivered my brother’s birthday card at the same time. He found it funny. It was so embarrassing. He just took the mick out of me. My brother found it funny too.”

“I explained it to them in the end. Everyone just found it hilarious. I thought the packaging would be a bit more discreet. I had no idea it would arrive like that.”

The English Royal Mail issued an apology afterward: “Royal Mail would like to apologise to the customer. We process and deliver millions of items of mail each day without incident, however, items of mail can occasionally arrive open either because they are poorly packaged or damaged as they pass through our machine processes.”

“In cases concerning confidential or sensitive material, items should be placed in a Royal Mail envelope so the contents are not visible and then placed in the protective bag.”

“We apologise that in this case the correct procedure was not followed.”

Source:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5190549/Carer-19-saucy-Secret-gift-delivered-clear-bag.html

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Anonymous No. 14225 1513611212

Man, that's gotta suck when your uncle 'postman pat' arrives.

Anonymous No. 14242 1513645814

i'd like to have one :)

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