A driver was hired as a valet for an event.
Part of his job description, other than parking cars, was carrying any luggage or materials they needed for the event from their cars.
This one attendee told the valet to pick up the box in their trunk and give it to him inside.
He made sure to provide the valet with a nice sized tip for his efforts.
The excited valet made sure to park their car in a nice safe area and close enough to the sidewalk for an easy exit.
Everything he could to make his tipping worthwhile.
Bringing the box into the event, he first of all, hesitated.
Curiosity wanted to get the best of him and his desire to see what was inside became too much.
He first lifted the box and shook it little bit, noticing that it was a little heavy and lopsided like there was something sloshing around.
He finally took his peek…
...and was utterly horrified with what he saw.
The box contained bags filled with disembodied body parts.
After his horror subsided, he ran to the nearest security guard.
“I need to tell you...there is a dead body in this person’s trunk.”
“I see, well...I want you to go inside and act like nothing’s wrong; I’ll take care of it.”
The valet did as he was told and acted naturally (as possible) and hung out in the foyer of the building, trying to catch his breath.
Just by chance, the individual who asked for his box saw the valet sitting down.
“Do you have my box?”
Taken at first by surprise and hesitant to say anything but a few stutters, was saved when the security officer came in.
“Doctor, here is your specimen for the medical student’s cadaver dissection.”