jecasc - 9:52 pm on Aug 31, 2012 (gmt 0)
I can rule out that the parcel was ment to be returned rather than delivered. We are not that big that anyone could intercept parcels without someone noticing. Only me and five employees. And not everybody there all the time. There is no reception, no special delivery entrance or anybody specially assigned to receive the parcels. Whoever is there when the postman arrives accepts the mail and signs for it. Sometimes it is me, sometimes the woman who does the accounting, sometimes a packer, there is no way you can tell in advance. If at all - I'd rather suspect someone at the post office intercepting mail.
My best guess would be however that someone is simply sticking random sender addresses on his parcels and screwed up the delivery address. Or better that's my hope. Worst case scenario: Someone is running a website and using my name. I haven't found anything yet however in the search engines. Maybe if the police can find the intended sender they will find out where he ordered.
I wonder though why the wackos always choose me for their stupid schemes. I have been at the police so often, I'll soon have my own coffee mug there.