The employee repeatedly left a puddle of urine outside the home of 27-year-old Luke Osborne and his partner, 23-year-old Kayleigh Rawling, which lead the pair to originally believe they were the target of drunks.
After several months of these happening, the duo decided to hide in their hallway to find out who was the perpetrator of such a stinky and hideous crime.
One morning, Osborne waited for his post to arrive before then opening the door to find the Royal Mail worker urinating outside his home.
Osborne, who lives in Exeter, stated, “For months now my partner and I have been having to walk through urine on our front steps. The entrance to our flat is secluded with steps up to the front door. I had thought at first it might be late night drunks, but then drunks don’t return to the same spot day after day to relieve themselves.”
He went on to add, “When I went out there he was, full frontal, relieving himself. I couldn’t believe it. This is the Royal Mail, they deliver in the Queen’s name and there he was relieving himself on my front step.”
Royal Mail have since launched an investigation into the vile incident, with their spokesman, Val Bodden, adding, “Royal Mail expects the highest standards of behavior from our people while out on deliveries and collections and this individual will now face internal disciplinary measures.”
It is currently unknown why the man repeatedly targeted the Osborne’s house, and the Royal Mail have yet to announce what sort of punishment he could be facing.
What reprimand should the Royal Mail worker guilty of this crime receive? Is simply sacking him enough?