Unfiltered Story #67154

Unfiltered | April 15, 2016

(We live in a small town that only has postal boxes in a gas station for mail. After changing hours recently, other regulations got tighter. Such as not passing mail over the counter, they have to use their key.)

Customer: Can you get my mail for me.

Me: No, you’ll have to use your key. (I’m standing in front of a sign that says that we cannot do that anymore. As well as more signs right next to the boxes)

Customer: No really, my box is XXX.

Me: No really (now pointing to sign) I cannot hand you the mail, you have to use your key.

Customer (finally reading sign): Oh, I guess I will have to find it.

(This happens multiple times every day for over a week!)