A deliveryman at the post office in Osaka was arrested for dumping about 7,000 mail items, including vaccination tickets for the new Corona, in a wooded area.

It is said that he stated to the investigation that "it became troublesome to deliver".

The person arrested was Yasuyuki Hara (20), a deliveryman at the Mihara Post Office in Mihara Ward, Sakai City.

According to police, on the evening of the 16th, there is a suspicion of violating the postal law, saying that about 7,000 mails to be delivered were thrown away in a wooded area about 1.4 km away from the Mihara Post Office.

The mail was thrown away in a shopping bag, and it contained a vaccination ticket for the new Corona vaccine, as well as postcards and envelopes.

It is said that a person who passed by the suspect Hara was throwing away the mail, witnessed it, and reported it to the police.

According to the police, he admitted to the investigation, saying, "It was troublesome to deliver, so I took it home and hid it in the car. I had trouble disposing of the hidden mail and threw it in a wooded area." is.

The Japan Post Kinki branch office said that it would consider future measures as soon as it could confirm the contents of the discarded mail. "We deeply apologize for the loss of trust. We will do our best. "