There were approximately 150 post-workers in the night shift in the headquarters of the Czech Postal Service in Sazečská Street in Malešice, Prague. When they sort down the permit, they saw an object that seemed to be like a large-caliber army.
The established police officers closed the room immediately and begin to evacuate the staff from the campus. A police officer came up. He, after analyzing the articles, ruled that it was a sharp ammunition. It was a so-called conscious ammo, which was devalued.
Post operation was repeated after a few hours. The police knows the session and the recipient of the transport and will anticipate who is wrong and whether the violation has been done.