I'm all for having fun. But a recent senior prank by a high school in Grafton, OH, High School has "pushed the envelope" and has the gained the unwelcome interest of Postal Inspectors.
The 19 graduating seniors decided to go out with bang. They went to usps.com and ordered a few free Priority Boxes. (Actually, they ordered more than a few.) They click and shipped a total of 5,100 boxes, then stacked them in the hallway from the floor to the ceiling. Students and teachers tried to report to class, but were met with a postal sea.
To their credit, they didn't trash the boxes and are returning them to the Post Office. But Inspectors are bringing the kids in for a stern talking to and a reminder that postal products are to be used for postal uses.
Read the story here.
Who says the younger generation doesn't use the Postal Service? How do you think we should we handle this? Got any ideas on Turn a bad situation into something good?