It is understood two of the devices had Irish stamps and an Irish return address.

Police in London responded to reports of suspicious packages at Waterloo train station and office buildings at Heathrow and London City airports this morning.

All the packages were A4-sized white postal bags containing yellow Jiffy bags and appeared capable of igniting a small fire when opened, police said.

Return address?

Seems legit

Gardaí assisting Met Police as London parcel bombs had Irish stamps (RTÉ)

Pic: Alister Bunkall

12 thoughts on “Hot Mail

  1. Chris

    It has nothing at all to do with Brexit. There is an old British saying…..’Nothing you see, taste, smell or hear has anything to do with Brexit.’, and the British are a wise folk, as we know.

    1. dhaughton99

      An Post was doing 10 for 8 euro for Valentines day so there might be a few more on the way. No use wasting them.

  2. Truth in the News

    Where are the cancellation marks on the stamps and there should also be sorting
    codes both Irish and British on the packages in order to sort them in both postal
    systems which have different sort system markings which are not compatible and
    given the addressing features surely they should have attracted security attention much
    earlier with what has occurred in Sallsbury last year and with ricin in the US

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