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Explanation for damaged letter will make you grateful for email

LONDON — Nobody likes to receive a letter that's both damaged and delayed, but when it's accompanied by the following explanation — well, there's really not much you can do to argue. SEE ALSO: This woman's complaint about a worm in her lettuce escalated hilariously On Thursday, Reddit user scotta01 — who appears to be from rural Exeter, UK — shared a letter their wife had received from Royal Mail in order to explain a piece of post that arrived "in a damaged condition".
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