WILSON – A Noble Drive resident reportedly exposed himself to a female postal worker who was delivering parcels to his home last week.
The incident was reported Sept. 3 by the postmaster of the Ransomville Post Office on Lockport-Olcott Road.
According to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, a substitute rural mail carrier was delivering packages to the home on Noble Drive and one of the items required a signature. The female carrier knocked on the door and the male homeowner answered the door wearing a robe.
The carrier explained that a signature was needed and left the slip with the man while she went back to the delivery vehicle for more packages. Upon the carrier’s return, the man had the front of his robe opened. The carrier said she did not say anything to the man and collected the signature before leaving the residence.
The postmaster notified a U.S. postal inspector who, along with the responding sheriff’s deputy, went to the man’s home to interview him about the incident. The man answered the door again wearing a robe, as described by the carrier.
The man was advised that the post office would no longer deliver packages to his front door and he would have to pick them up at the post office. When advised of the complaint against him, the man did not deny exposing himself to the carrier, the sheriff’s office said.
The carrier did not press charges against the man.