Grey Lines worker embarrassed after awkward encounter with a postman thanks to cheeky customer note

Small business staffer’s very awkward encounter with a postman over customer’s risque order

  • Shopper adds funny message to online order
  • The note appeared on their shipping label
  • It created an awkward moment between the sender and postie 

A young worker was left red faced after a postie noticed an unusual note stuck to a package they were sending to a customer.  

A shopper at novelty clothing and gift brand Grey Lines added a cheeky message about their fake breasts to their order which packers didn’t realise would be plastered in large writing on the shipping label. 

The X-rated note raised the eye brows of the Australia Post worker who came to collect the package.  

Grey Lines shoppers have been receiving surprise gifts with their orders of the small Aussie brand’s ‘nostalgic party game’ and one customer made a hilarious plea for a freebie. 

‘So we have a nostalgic party game and are always looking for fun things to give away. We added Fantasy by Britney Spears gift packs to random orders,’ a Grey Lines staffer said in an Instagram video.


A shopper added a racy message about their fake breasts to their order which packers didn't realise would be visible on the shipping label raising the eyebrows of the delivery man

A worker at Aussie novelty clothing brand Grey Lines has an awkward exchange with an Australia Post driver who spotted a cheeky note on a customer’s package

The shopper said they deserved the free Britney Spears perfume gift pack with their game because they named one of their fake breasts after the star.

‘I named one of my fake t**s after Britz (the one one’s named Christina, obvs), so for this reason, I think I really deserve to win the Fantasy gift pack. Thank you for listening to my speech,’ the message read. 

Staff thought the risque note was so ‘iconic’ they decided the busty woman was a worthy candidate for the free perfume and added the gift pack to their purchase.

However, when they printed out the shipping label with the customer’s details, they did not realise the bawdy message would be visible making for an awkward interaction with the postman who collected it.

‘The delivery driver read it and said the less I know the better,’ the employee said in the video adding: ‘Just another day at Grey Lines to be honest’. 

The hysterical video racked up more than 20,000 views and many laughing-face emoji from fans.

The woman who wrote the note even saw the clip and said she looks forward to greeting the postman who delivers her special package. 

‘Brits and Xtina finally getting the recognition they deserve! Thanks guys,’ she said in a comment.

‘I hope I’m home when my postie delivers it… I’ll make sure I’ve got the gals out in full force!’