Mail Carrier Surprised by Red Tail Boa Wrapped Around Mailbox

Mail Carrier Surprised by Red Tail Boa Wrapped Around Mailbox:  Police report that a Kansas letter carrier was unable to carry out some of those Postal Service duties, after finding a Red Tail Boa snake on someone’s mailbox.  Laugh if you want, but its sure one hell of a way to stop porch pirates from stealing your Amazon deliveries.  Boy, these postal workers will find any excuse not deliver the mail.  Sounds like Postal Traumatic Snake Disorder.

https://www.johnnyrobishcomedy.com

Iowa Man in Trouble for Selling Coffin on Craig’s List:  An Iowa man is in hot water after placing a classified ad on Craig’s List to sell an oak coffin - conveniently forgetting to mention that there were still bones inside.  Police say the man has been arrested and could be prosecuted for open container.

https://www.johnnyrobishcomedy.com

Ducks Invade CVS Pharmacy in Upstate New York:  Security cameras recorded a brace of some 50 ducks invading a CVS Pharmacy in Saratoga Springs, NY before they were finally escorted out by a pharmacist with a broom.  Witnesses say the ducks appeared to be upset about their bills.

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Comment by koshersalaami on August 18, 2018 at 8:54pm

Excellent post, particularly Postal Traumatic Snake Disorder

Comment by Johnny Robish on August 18, 2018 at 9:52pm

Thanks Kosher!

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