..a retiree living in Panama City decided to send his oldest daughter a heirloom diamond cluster ring worth $5,000. The ring never made it to the daughter…a spokeswoman for the post office in Panama City said the package was signed for and delivered to a woman with a nose ring. There was also no printed name (included with the signature).. all packages had to have a signature and the printed name of the recipient. USPS sent the retiree $400 because the carrier who delivered the package failed to get the printed name of the signer.
full story: The Walton Sun