Cold, soaking wet deliveries have landed a North Texas postal worker in hot water.
A Fort Worth woman says she had to grab her cell phone so her neighbors would know why their packages ended up damaged or drenched.
“I was kind of in a shock at first,” said Caitlin McGlaun.
She couldn’t believe her eyes.
“I saw a box bouncing and I was like, ‘No, I’m not seeing that,’” she said.
But she was.
It began with a noise outside her apartment in Fort Worth’s hospital district on Wednesday afternoon.
“I looked outside, peeked through the blinds and I saw him. He was throwing packages over each shoulder left and right,” she said.
There in the cold, persistent rain, she saw a U.S. postal worker flinging more than a dozen packages out of his mail truck and onto the wet ground below.