(NYPOST) — It’s OK — as long as you don’t stick it in all the way.
Anthony Weiner, campaigning in Astoria, Queens, yesterday, put several fliers into mailboxes on Crescent Street.
Told that this might violate postal regulations, his spokeswoman, Barbara Morgan, said, “I think that if it’s not all the way in, it’s OK.’’ Postal regulations state that only stamped US mail delivered by letter carriers can be left in boxes.
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There’s no reference to how far nonstamped mail can permissibly penetrate.