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While many people can't even seem to wee on target (sorry fellas, but it's true), one postal worker has gone above and beyond to prove that perfect aim really isn't that tricky - no, not by urinating accurately, but by managing to lob someone's post through an open upstairs window.
But rather than leaving it with a neighbour or stuffing it into a watering can by the door, they'd decided to pop the parcel somewhere much harder to reach.
The note read: "Your top window was wide open, I threw it in there."
And, lo and behold, her package was lying on the bed in a room upstairs, waiting for her.
You'll notice that the parcel was lobbed through an upstairs window, which doesn't look like an easy shot to make.
While we don't know much about this mysterious ninja postal worker, Laura has found out that it was a woman.
She told LADbible: "The post woman has contacted me and she got it in the window first try, which is pretty impressive!"
The post soon went viral, and has now racked up 8,000 likes and more than 8,400 shares on Facebook.
"Good shot," one person commented, with another referring to it as 'epic'.
Another just felt concerned for the parcel-thrower, saying: "I really hope the postie who did it doesn't get into trouble. Probably not, though. [She] did deliver it after all."
Many Facebookers are impressed, although some still have their questions, with one asking what we were all wondering: whether or not the parcel contained anything fragile?
Thankfully not (apparently it was just gym supplements for her partner), and in another comment in the thread, Laura said the postie had managed to even get it to land on her bed.
"The photo is exactly where it landed!" she said.
It probably goes without saying, but if you want to inspire your postman to achieve a similarly impressive feat, just have a little think about whether or not you should be leaving your window open.
After all, it's all fun and games until an opportunistic thief manages to clamber into your home to steal your latest Amazon purchase - as much as I think they'd enjoy your 28-pack of A4 ring-binder dividers...
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