Woman Receives Creepy Surprise After Shipping Car from Alaska to Seattle
This news story is like a three-eyed human sculpture peering out of a sewer grate – bizarre, surprising, and above all, really really creepy (also, possibly, not real).
An Alaska native received a surprise after shipping her car to Seattle to meet her halfway on her trip to Nevada: a hand-written note, presumably from one of the people who shipped the car.
She allegedly discovered the note after driving for a while—after she reached Portland, she realized that her lips were dry, so she opened her make-up bag (which had been in the car when it was shipped). Aside from some of her lipstick being missing, she found a note that read, “I took your condoms…used them with a lady co-worker (smiley face)[…] would love to tell u (sic) about it.” The author finished the note with his email.
Of course, the note points out a bigger problem than some stolen condoms and pilfered lipstick, which the woman noted in a post about the incident on Facebook:
So I shipped my car with Alaska Car Transport to Seattle to drive it down to Nevada. When I was in Portland my lips were dry, so I got into my makeup bag, which had been in a basket in the front seat. I noticed some of my lipstick was missing, and then I found this note. As of today the company is refusing to give me a refund and I’m currently fearing for my life because an obviously very creepy man knows my address and personal information and has seen photos of me that were inside that basket. So be aware if you ship your car with Alaska Car Transport that they will not protect you from creeps and your stuff will be rifled through because, as their manager said to me, they have to “ensure you’re not lying about what’s in your car.” Nothing else was taken, but obviously someone could have stolen things since my car was clearly not secure. Please share and spread the word.
According to the Facebook post and replies she has given to that status, the woman is following this incident up with both Alaska Car Transport and police, although they are not sure whether or not the letter is genuine.
At time of writing, the post had been shared 305 times, and the company doesn’t seem to have responded.
News Sources: News.com.au