Vera Walker, of Orlando, Florida, recently received a package of Dr. Seuss books that she ordered 20 years ago for her granddaughter. The post office said the package had been stuck inside an old mailbox the entire time. Walker has begun reading the books to her great-grandson.
People magazine claims a Tucson, Arizona restaurant recently received $1,000 and an apology letter from a former server. The woman stole money from the restaurant in the 1990s. Carlotta Flores owns the El Charro Cafe and tells People magazine that the note read; “Dear Carlotta and Family, I worked for you as a waitress very briefly back in the 1990s. One of the waiters I worked with had encouraged me to ‘forget’ to ring in a few drinks a shift and pocket the cash. And for some stupid reason, I did it. It’s been 20 years, but I still carry great remorse. I am very sorry that I stole from you. Please accept my apology and this money as repayment + 20 years of interest.”
The Irish Mirror claims inmates at a Dublin, Ireland jail recently had Chinese food delivered to their prison yard…by a drone! Officials believe that an inmate used an illegal cell phone to order the food before the drone dropped it in the yard. The Chinese restaurant had no idea they were delivering the food to a prison. (And a near riot occurred when they forgot the duck sauce.)