FLORENCE, Ala., Jan. 6 (UPI) -- Alabama police responded to reports of suspicious bags that were later found to be full of hot dogs.
The Florence Police Department responded to a call from a local post office reporting a suspicious package at 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning and proceeded to examine the bags using X-ray technology. After inspection, the area was shut down as bomb technicians used a robot to remove the bags from the area.
One of the bags ripped open during transport revealing a hot dog wrapped in aluminum foil, WHNT reported.
Police say they still don't know who left the bags filled with hot dogs at the post office.