Talk about a crappy delivery!
There's nothing worse than neighbors who let their dogs poop everywhere, and don't pick it up. And there's a town in central Spain called Brunete that came up with a hilarious way to deal with it.
A few months back, they started a campaign to get dog owners to stop leaving their poop on the lawns and sidewalks. First, they had a team of volunteers secretly wander the streets, looking for people who didn't pick up after their dogs.
When a volunteer saw someone leave poop behind, they'd walk up to the person and strike up a conversation. And during the conversation, they'd find out the dog's name and breed. They'd also pick up the poop.
Afterward, they'd plug the dog's info into the city's pet database to figure out who owned the dog and where they lived. Then they'd take the dog poop the person left behind, put it in a box that said "Lost Property," and MAIL it to their house.
In one week, they mailed 147 packages of dog feces to owners who left it behind. Since then they say they've seen a 70% drop in the amount of dog poop on the streets.