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Junk Mail Deliverer Sues For Snappy Letterbox

by | 22nd, February 2008

severedfinger.jpgJOY Goodman is approaching the home of one Paul O‘Brien.

Goodman is a cake decorator in her late 40s. Mr O’Brien is out at work when Goodman comes calling. He works as an engineer, says the Mail.

She posts some junk mail, the contents of which are not revealed.

Some time later, Mr O’Brien receives a letter. It runs: “We understand that the circumstances of the accident are that our client was delivering a leaflet to your house when the your letterbox snapped back on her right index finger. As a result of this, our client suffered from personal injury and loss.”

Says Mr O’Brien: “It said they could claim against my house insurance. But if they pay out, my premium will go up… I am going to tell them to challenge it.”

Says Mrs Goodman, in all seriousness: “It is in the hands of my solicitors.”

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