Spain's postal service has been accused of racism...
Why, what did they do? Refuse to deliver letters to black people?
...after issuing a set of unequally priced skin-coloured stamps.
Heh! This is, predictably, a futile attempt to curry favour and jump on the 'equality' bandwagon to earn some virtuesignalling points.
And - as these things so often do - it all went horribly wrong...
State-owned Correos Espana introduced the set of four stamps on the anniversary of George Floyd's death, saying the "Equality Stamps" would "send a message against racial inequality".
The stamps are priced differently, with the lightest colour costing €1.60 (£1.38) and the darkest €0.70 (60p). Critics said the initiative was racist as it suggests that darker colours are of less value.
Maybe the lesson here is 'Stick to what your job is, and stop trying to appease people who will never be satisfied'..?