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Smelly durian strikes again! Fruit causes evacuation of German post office

By France24
27 June 2020   |   12:47 pm
Smelly durian fruit forces evacuation of Bavarian post office. An overwhelming smell coming from a suspicious package at a Bavarian post office caused six workers to be taken to hospital and many more to be evacuated – only for police to discover that durian fruit, and not a dangerous gas, was the reason for the panic.

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