Dubious security; Letters.
IN the current days of concern about security, with the necessity to have passwords and the ability to recall the method of access to the items at risk, I wonder what the postman thought, in the incident my friend John Barker related to me.
He was early one morning at his daughter's house doing some DIY, as most retired fathers are obliged to do. A knock on her front door was a postman requesting a signature for a passport delivery.
Several hours later John was relaxed in his own home the other side of the city in front of the TV.
He got another call at his front door.
To his surprise, being confronted by the same postman asking him to sign for two more passports.
Don Smith, Blackberry Lane, Coventry.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||Feb 11, 2015|
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