In Georgia, it wasn't a worker that went postal at the post office. According to police, 75 year old Harvey Taratoot was at the post office when he spotted a pair of women, a grandmother with her 18 year old granddaughter, wearing masks protecting themselves from the Rona. Harvey wasn't too comfortable with the situation, so he yelled at the women to "get back". When they entered the post office wearing masks and gloves, they were greeted by Harvey and his gun. After threatening the women to get back, Harv ran from the post office, but not before apologizing and warning them not to touch the door. As Harvey drove away, one of the gals managed to take a pic of his license plate, and called the cops. Police ended up finding him at home with his pistol. While being questioned, Harvey admitted to what he did, and said he was afraid of catching the Rona. He was locked up on felony gun charges, and later released.