Swiss police pushes the Philippine post

Swiss police pushes the Philippine submit

Right here in the Philippines, the postman does not ring two times due to the fact he does not come at all. But the Swiss police pushes the Philippine write-up. This morning the postman arrived and brought me a letter from the police office in Lausanne, Switzerland. Outstanding!

Swiss Police Lausanne

 

It appears to be that I drove a little bit way too fast last 12 months.  I got a fine of CHF 40.00 (about PHP 2000.00) simply because I drove  4 km/h much too rapidly on a Barangay road in the good village of Pully on the shores of Lake Geneva.

Swiss Police Lausanne

The postman usually does not appear to us to deliver our mail. I can recognize mainly because he earns PHP 160.00 for every day and has to pay the gasoline of his motorcycle. This is why I rent a write-up-place of work box. But even this box is generally vacant, since the publish-office environment crammed comprehensive with something else than mail. In December 2013 I went to the submit-office environment to get my mail. The put up-grasp explained to me that there was no mail for me. I insisted, mainly because I knew that there need to be mail.

I got pretty astonished when immediately after some minutes of research, the post workers introduced me 3 bundles of mail. Some letters experienced been there for over 18 months!

It appears to be that the term Police produced the put up fellas run. I send a huge thank you to the police in Pully / Lausanne, in Switzerland due to the fact the postman introduced me also all other mail that had once again been stored in the publish-place of work. Subsequent time I’ll go to Switzerland I’ll deliver some bananas from our yard to the law enforcement officers in Pully.

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