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Posted at 6:50 AM ET, 12/15/2010

Man charged with delivering mail while naked

By Washington Post Editors

A letter carrier in Wisconsin was arrested and charged with delivering the mail naked, according to this report:

A U.S. Postal Service carrier said he felt bad and stupid after being arrested for delivering mail to a law firm in Whitefish Bay while buck naked.
David A. Goodman, 52, said he was only trying to cheer up a 21-year-old female employee of the law firm who had "seemed to be stressed out" when he made his first delivery to the office Dec. 4, according to a report from the Whitefish Bay Police Department.

Read the full report on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | December 15, 2010; 6:50 AM ET
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Comments

Considering it was Wisconsin in winter, I'm sure that 21 year old woman did cheer up at the sight of his frozen twig and berries.

Posted by: mercredi | December 15, 2010 8:51 AM | Report abuse

mercred... thank you very much for making me spit my coffee all over my computer screen. One day I hope to repay the favor. LOL You got me good.

Posted by: msdooby1 | December 15, 2010 9:27 AM | Report abuse

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