Royal Mail Employees In Trouble After Eating Pot Brownies Out Of An Unclaimed Package [VIDEO]
Royal Mail Postal workers in the UK are being investigated over claims they ate weed brownies at work. These brownies were in an unclaimed package that had no return label, the workers decides to open the package and share the treats. It is not certain that the employees were aware that the brownies were edibles, but workers had to be collected from work because they were too high.
A video on an Instagram story, which has since been deleted but reposted on other accounts, shows the Royal Mail postal staff struggling after eating the unclaimed cannabis brownies.
Here, a reposted video of the original Instagram story:
The first post of the Instagram story is a photo of the brownie box with the label "Edibles By Pablo Chocobar." The caption read, "Today almost all the posties in Clapham accidentally ate hash brownies and I had to pick them up one by one cause they were so high."
The video shows an elder employee struggling to push a delivery trolly, a coworker informs him that he is just very high, and proceeds to help the elder man.
The next post in the story is what seems to be the same elder employee sitting down in an office chair looking very exhausted, A female colleague said in the video that he had eaten two brownies, but the elder worker responded, "I had four."
The next segment of the story was a photo of the Dank Bakery brownie box. A caption over the photo stated, "one guy said he was walking to a door and thought he was walking forever."
Following that, a short clip of the elderly worker zoned out in a chair and then an explanation of the brownie incident. "We had a delivery of them with no return address and they were in our office for a month so we opened em and they got given out. They were eaten between 5:30/7:30 AM ahahaha"
Royal Mail did not find the incident humorous and is considering disciplinary action. There were unconfirmed reports that some of the staff involved have been suspended.
In a statement, a Royal Mail spokesperson told iNews: “Royal Mail expects the highest standards of behavior from our people at all times. We are taking this matter very seriously... We have commenced an investigation, which will determine whether any further action, including disciplinary action, might be taken. We are also reminding all staff at the delivery office of the correct procedures for dealing with items with no address for delivery or return.”
Seems like the proper thing to do with a package with no address is to NOT open it and to NOT share the product with your co-workers.