It has been revealed that a Royal Mail sorting office was destroyed by two huge explosions.
The sorting office in Warwick was destroyed during the postal strike when two letter bombs went off.
A spokesperson said "it's quite ironic really, if we hadn't been on strike this never would have happened! We went on strike to argue for more pay, now we don't have a building to work from."
The letters are believed to have been headed for a local animal testing centre when they were delayed due to the strikes.
"I'm so glad it happened," said a Royal Mail manager, "it serves them right! Bloody strikers."
The animal testing centre were not available for comment. They were too busy being mean to mice and callous to kittens.