Thanks and Sorry to Bother You
In September 2012, after shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York, Stephanie Wilson reached into her bag for a receipt. Stuffed in the bottom of the paper bag was a letter from the man who made the bag in a prison factory in China. The letter detailed horrific abuse endured by prisoners from torture to forced labor to wrongful convictions. Whoever recieved letter was requested to report the author’s plight to the United Nations.
The letter ended with the words “Thanks and Sorry to Bother You.”