A post office in Greece’s capital has been left defaced with swastikas, with the posters demanding that the Post Office “wanted” the passports to be delivered to the “post office.”
The posters posted on social media on Thursday demanded the passports be delivered “to the post office,” in response to a post on the Greek government’s website that the passports were sent “to someone else.”
The Post Office says the passports are not in their possession.
But the posters claim that the post offices’ office is responsible for them, claiming that the agency is “taking care of this issue.”
The post office, which has offices in Athens and Samos, has responded to the posters on Facebook, saying it will not accept any post about passports from the “troublemaker” or his supporters.
The Post office also tweeted on Thursday that “the post office is not involved in this issue,” and that the posters “have not followed their posting instructions.”
It’s not the first time posters have posted threatening messages at the Post office.
In 2016, one person allegedly posted threatening statements at the Greek Post Office, and one person later posted threatening posts at the postmaster’s office in Istanbul.