Khalid Nasir lost his four sisters in fatal car accident

An Oakville man says he got a bundle via the post office that was routed to somebody at his location, however it was sent 18 years prior.  "I'm more eager to realize what befell this sweet little bundle that got lost," Khalid Nasir said, addressing CTV News Toronto.  The bundle is stepped December 19, 2001, and it was sent from Vancouver. It's canvassed in occasion wrapping paper and Nasir is persuaded it's a Christmas present that has been holding up 18 years to be opened.  While he is interested in what is inside, Nasir says he never considered once opening it.  "I could never open it since it isn't my property. I'm a metro disapproved of person. I simply need it to wind up in the possession of what its identity was truly bound for," Nasir said. Category Interview Commenting disabled.

Khalid Nasir lost his four sisters in fatal car accident

An Oakville man says he got a bundle via the post office that was routed to somebody at his location, however it was sent 18 years prior. 

"I'm more eager to realize what befell this sweet little bundle that got lost," Khalid Nasir said, addressing CTV News Toronto. 

The bundle is stepped December 19, 2001, and it was sent from Vancouver. It's canvassed in occasion wrapping paper and Nasir is persuaded it's a Christmas present that has been holding up 18 years to be opened. 

While he is interested in what is inside, Nasir says he never considered once opening it. 

"I could never open it since it isn't my property. I'm a metro disapproved of person. I simply need it to wind up in the possession of what its identity was truly bound for," Nasir said.

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