"Insufficient address" ? or....Roland Halbritter playing with the German Post?

A "return to sender" mail arrived back in Thessaloniki...with that horrid "pink" sticker:

Mail art that I had sent Roland Halbritter looked like it had been tampered with, 

someone defaced the name and address, etc. If this was the USA, it would be

a federal offense! 

Or, is it tampered mail?? See, perhaps some one is doing "monkey business"?

I realized it also had been resealed at the bottom with glue,

so I opened it to find...NOT my mail art, but an Add 'n Pass from Roland! Hahaha!

He simply put his mail art inside my envelope, defaced his name and address, 

placed it into a mail box...the German Post saw it as a "no such address"

...and "returned" it to Greece! What a "DREAM"!

Ha! Roland did NOT have to add any postage...clever? or criminal?

To throw away or not to throw away ?   :-)

Well, there is a fun Add n' Pass, so I added (the bits and pieces of that address)

and will now Pass it on to...(coming your way Angie! )

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Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on February 20, 2014 at 10:32pm

I added a few WackyStuff stamps that Ruud had sent me...it will be interesting

to see if it arrives safely back to Roland in Germany :-)



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