Pounds Of Frozen Pork Land On Family's Florida Home The family heard a bang and found packages of frozen pork on the roof and beside the house. Labels traced the pork to a man 170 miles away, who had no idea how the pork ended up airborne.

Pounds Of Frozen Pork Land On Family's Florida Home

Pounds Of Frozen Pork Land On Family's Florida Home

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The family heard a bang and found packages of frozen pork on the roof and beside the house. Labels traced the pork to a man 170 miles away, who had no idea how the pork ended up airborne.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene. A Florida family is trying to figure out who sent them some gifts from the sky. It was 4 a.m. Travis and Jennie Adair were at their home in Deerfield Beach when they heard a bang. The family found packages of frozen pork on the roof and beside the house. Labels traced the pork to a man 170 miles away. He admitted he had given away some meat recently, but had no idea how it ended up airborne. When I first read this story, I was like, I'll believe it when pigs fly. It's MORNING EDITION.

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