A Florida congresswoman is on the receiving end of some interesting packages from overseas.
Congresswoman, Ginny Brown-Waite, is pushing a bill that would allow relatives of U.S. servicemen buried in France and Belgium to have their remains shipped back home.
The measure is designed as a slap at France, which has refused to back the U.S. war in Iraq.
A German satire magazine is asking readers to mail bones to Brown-Waite's office in Brooksville.
The first box arrived last week with what appeared to be chicken bones from Germany.
The FBI is among the agencies investigating.
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