Sex Gel Prompts Post Office Evacuation

The gel was being sent to someone in the entertainment industry

   

usps mailman mailbox 630 300x199 Sex Gel Prompts Post Office EvacuationA post office in Guntersville, Ala., was evacuated Tuesday, when a suspicious substance was found to be leaking from one of the packages.

The substance turned out to be KY Jelly, a sex arousal gel.

Officials at the post office didn’t know what the gel was and evacuated the office. Officials then called in a hazmat team, reports The Huffington Post.

Three women who worked at the post office were admitted to the emergency room for nausea. They were treated and dismissed within four hours.

While the gel isn’t considered dangerous some comments on the company’s Facebook page describe the gel with effects such as “Unsightly rashes,” and “Burning sensations.”

Tony Robinson, the Public Information Officer and Public Inspector for the US Postal Inspection Service, told ABC News that the gel was addressed to someone in the entertainment industry.


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