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Mystery over gift-wrapped postbox

Wrapped post box
It is unclear why the postbox had been decorated or by whom

A postbox in Edinburgh has been completely covered in wrapping paper, topped off with a giant red ribbon.

A Royal Mail spokeswoman said the box on McDonald Road, near to the city's Brunswick Street sorting office, may have been wrapped up as a prank.

She suggested it could have been a "romantic gesture".

The wrapping has now been removed from the letter box and it is understood that none of the mail inside had been damaged.

Do you know who decorated the post box? You can contact us by sending an email to newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk.



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