Postman Pot: Postie ‘high’ after accidentally eating ‘hash brownies’ delivered to office

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Postal workers filmed ‘high’ after ‘accidentally’ eating mystery batch of ‘hash brownies’ Video / Twitter

Britain’s Royal Mail has launched an investigation after a video showed a postman staggering in the street after “accidentally” eating brownies mixed with cannabis.

The group of letter carriers reportedly slipped into brownies after a package at the sorting office went undelivered for a month.

But what they didn’t realize was that they contained cannabis.

The group then filmed the incident where one of their colleagues could barely stand.

In the video, someone asked the giddy man, “You’re stoned. You’re really stoned. Have you had two? Have you had two?”

The senior postman then responds, saying, “I’ve had four”, while others are heard laughing.

Another added: “I think it’s weed.”

Postal workers were allegedly filmed doing themselves "high" after munching on a mysterious batch of "hash brownies" delivered to their sorting centre.  Photo/Twitter
Postal workers were reportedly filmed “getting high” after munching on a mysterious batch of “hash brownies” delivered to their sorting office. Photo/Twitter

The person who uploaded the video added that he had to go find his colleagues because they were feeling the effects.

“Today nearly every postman in Clapham accidentally ate hash brownies and I had to pick them up one by one because they were so high,” one wrote in the caption.

“A guy said he was walking towards a door and thought he would walk forever.

“Say a prayer for him now, I hope he sleeps or sings with unicorns.”

Footage circulating on social media showed a postman stumbling in a daze in front of his van.  Photo/Twitter
Footage circulating on social media showed a postman stumbling in a daze in front of his van. Photo/Twitter

The group explained that the package was opened after being sent to an empty property with no return address.

Royal Mail did not see the funny side of the incident and are considering disciplinary action.

A spokesperson said: “Royal Mail expects the highest standards of behavior from our staff at all times.

“We take this matter very seriously. We have opened an investigation which will determine whether further action, including disciplinary action, may be taken.

“We are also reminding all delivery office staff of the correct procedures for handling items without a delivery or return address.”

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