We all know that HR is never dull. But sometimes it can get downright strange...
And you thought postal workers got a bad rap because of Newman, the less-than-dedicated mailman on the TV sitcom Seinfeld. Turns out there's a real-life Newman out there.
Police in Franklin, Indiana, say they were invesigating a domestic dispute at the home of mailman Glenn Snow when they discovered several bags and boxes of undelivered mail, dating from 1996 to 1999.
A female roommate told investigators that Snow did not deliver the mail because...well, it was just too much, according to a police report.
Here's the kicker: The mail is so old now that Snow is unlikely to be charged with theft. All of it appears to be more than 5 years old, so the statute of limitations has passed, Franklin Police Chief John Borges said.
Source: The Associated Press, via Yahoo!
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