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Mullingar post men have to be the best around!

Friday, 29th January, 2016 10:30am
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Mullingar post men have to be the best around!
Mullingar post men have to be the best around!

Who need's Eircode when you have the stellar workers at An Post in Mullingar?

Michael Cronin of the band Cronin arrived home to find this package waiting for him.

"Arrived back to this package today. Not sure what to make out of it getting here with just the town and county address. Fair play to An Post!," he said.

The package was simply addressed to "The Cronin Brothers, Mullingar, Westmeath", but another crucial piece of information attached below.

It reads: "THE BAND THAT PLAYS WITH SHANE MACGOWAN", which is highlighted with a circle.

Round of applause to all at the Mullingar sorting office!

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