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Royal Mail was yesterday accused of dishonesty after it was revealed to be auctioning off valuable items ‘lost’ in the post.
To add insult to injury, some customers whose goods have disappeared are offered derisory compensation of little more than £1.
She's playful in an odd way.' Hundreds on social media slammed the accused smuggler and said her story was 'hard to believe.''Bizarre body language from Cassie Sainsbury,' one viewer wrote, while another said: 'Sainsbury is a really hilariously bad liar'. I know it's a brothel but that doesn't necessarily make me a prostitute,' Sainsbury said.
During the interview, Sainsbury denied reports that she worked as a sex worker at a brothel in Sydney, instead claiming she was a fly-in fly-out receptionist. She said the establishment, Club 220 in Penrith, were 'struggling' to find people to work behind the desk and were happy to have her fly in and out of the state.
She suggested there are 'links' between the brothel and her arrest, but refused to comment on whether it was someone from the brothel where she worked.
The marine in question, Joseph Scott Pemberton, strangled her until she was unconscious and then proceeded to drown her in a toilet bowl.
But while some were outraged over the horrific nature of the crime, many others were outraged by a different detail in the story.He said: ‘Royal Mail admit the parcel was “lost” but they refuse to pay any compensation for the parcel contents.‘After several attempts they offered and paid £1.10 to me which does not even cover the cost of the postage.‘We know that Royal Mail sold the items to an auction house but it has made no offer of compensation despite being provided with my purchase receipts and the buyer’s invoice.‘We have a loss of over £400.