As CBS 2’s Eric Cox reported, the video was shot by a man sitting right there on the block where it all happened.
The mail truck was parked just a couple houses away, while the worker and a woman were inside. What they were doing, only they know.
“To actually capture something like that, it’s like, wow, you know, that’s why the mail’s taking so long every day. I’m not crazy,” said Rocky Flowers of the Dunning community.
But he’s certainly concerned. Flowers works a security guard, and he had his body cam recording as a mail carrier parked his truck on his block Thursday afternoon.
Flowers had his phone in his hand, and was trying not to get noticed after a car pulled up and a woman approached the postal truck.
“They’re in there for 10 minutes, him and her,” said Rocky Flowers’ wife, Janette Flowers. “Maybe they were doing something inappropriate.”
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