Goodine said a USPS Consumer Affairs representative contacted her and assured appropriate action was being taken.
Goodine posted the video on Facebook. It received more than 36,000 views and was shared 300 times.
“This was never intended to bash carriers as I know the majority are very hardworking people,” Goodine said. “It was just to get some help.”
WFXT also reached out to USPS for comment.