Last December, self-styled "spam king" Alan Ralsky let slip his snail-mail address. Internet activists seized on this information to deluge him with unwanted snail mail.
Within weeks he was getting hundreds of pounds of junk mail per day and was unable to find his real mail amongst the deluge.
A pleasantly ironic attack, made all the more satisfying by Ralsky's outraged reaction.
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