Postie & # 39; s incredible letter to homeowner after & # 39; accidentally throwing her package on her roof & # 39;

& # 39; Maybe use a broom to fix it & # 39 ;: Postie's incredible letter to the homeowner after she & # 39; accidentally threw her package on her roof & # 39;

  • Merryl Lloyd, 23, went to Facebook and claimed that she had found her package on a roof
  • The postie said they accidentally & # 39; had thrown the package
  • The delivery person then advised the young mother to use a broom in writing
  • Lloyd used an extension mop and finally picked up her delivered package
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A parcel deliverer has left a resident a bizarre note after he & # 39; accidentally & # 39; threw her package on the roof, a young mother has claimed.

Merryl Lloyd, 23, from Castle Hill in north-west Sydney, assumed on Facebook on Friday and claimed that she had found her package on the roof at her front door.

She received a written notice that said: & # 39; I accidentally threw your package on the roof. My apologies. Use a maybe a broom to get it down. & # 39;

Merryl Lloyd, 23, from Castle Hill in north-west Sydney, assumed on Facebook on Friday and claimed that she had found her package on the roof at her front door

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Merryl Lloyd, 23, from Castle Hill in north-west Sydney, assumed on Facebook on Friday and claimed that she had found her package on the roof at her front door

She received a written notice that said: & # 39; I accidentally threw your package on the roof. My apologies. Use a maybe a broom to get it down. & # 39;

She received a written notice that said: & # 39; I accidentally threw your package on the roof. My apologies. Use a maybe a broom to get it down. & # 39;

She received a written notice that said: & # 39; I accidentally threw your package on the roof. My apologies. Use a maybe a broom to get it down. & # 39;

& # 39; My girlfriend and I came home from shopping and told me I had a package because there was a red card in the screen door, & # 39; Mrs. Lloyd said Breeding.

& # 39; I got an extended mop and made several attempts and waved it around until it finally [the package] flew away and ended up in the garden. & # 39;

A number of Lloyd & # 39; s friends commented on the post with skepticism.

& # 39; Is that real?! & # 39; one wrote.

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& # 39; Passer by? Region? & # 39; another wrote.

One added: & # 39; How do you do & # 39; & # 39; by accident & # 39; throw something on a roof !!! & # 39;

Mrs. Lloyd distributed photos of the letter and package on the roof to other Facebook pages, including Australia Post Complaints and Hills District Mums.

The post on Hills District Mums has collected more than 1,200 likes and 200 responses within four hours.

Mrs. Lloyd distributed photos of the letter and package on the roof to other Facebook pages, including Australia Post Complaints and Hills District Mums.

Mrs. Lloyd distributed photos of the letter and package on the roof to other Facebook pages, including Australia Post Complaints and Hills District Mums.

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Mrs. Lloyd distributed photos of the letter and package on the roof to other Facebook pages, including Australia Post Complaints and Hills District Mums.

She did not tell what was in the package, but said the content & # 39; as clothes & # 39; felt.

The 23-year-old is planning to report the incident to Australia Post.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Australia Post for comments.

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