WATCH: Unclaimed hash brownies leave Royal Mail postmen too high to work

WATCH: Unclaimed hash brownies leave Royal Mail postmen too high to work. Image - Twitter

An investigation has been launched by Royal Mail following allegations that postal workers ate some unclaimed hash brownies, leaving them too high to work.


An investigation has been launched by Royal Mail following allegations that postal workers ate some unclaimed hash brownies at the south London depot, leaving them too high to work.
Footage shared on social media shows a very disorientated postman – who had apparently eaten four of the laced brownies – trying to carry out his duties.
The clip, posted to Twitter, shows colleagues coming to help the postman and taking his trolley.


One postal worker can be heard saying: “You’re high,” while another says: “he’s really high.”
He is later seen slumped in a chair at the depot while a female postal worker says: “He had two of them.” The dazed officer clarifies that he actually ate “four” of the brownies, causing the rest of the postal depot to erupt in laughter.
Officers can be heard discussing what was in the brownies, with one saying: “I think it’s weed.”
The caption of the video posted to Twitter read: “Today, almost all the posties in Clapham accidentally ate hash brownies and I had to pick them up one by one because they were so high.”
“We had a delivery of them with no return address and the house was empty and they were in our office for a month, so we opened ’em and they got given out.”
“There were eaten between 5:30 and 7:30am.”
“Say a prayer for [this postman] right now, hopefully, he is asleep or he is singing with unicorns.”
An image of a green and orange box labelled ‘edibles by Pablo Chocobar’ can be seen in the video.
Despite many people finding the story amusing, Royal Mail said they are taking the incident “very seriously.”
“Royal Mail expects the highest standards of behaviour 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.”


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