Woman has an issue with unexpected magazine issues

Woman has an issue with unexpected magazine issues »Play Video
TEHACHAPI, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) - Maria Jones expects to get some magazines in the mail, it's just a matter of how many.

Friday, there were three new issues, including "Baby" magazine in the Tehachapi mother's mailbox.

The problem? All her children are grown up.

"I don't read any of this," she said.

This has been happening for three years. Despite never signing up for anything, Jones said she receives up to 25 magazines each month.

She said the post office told her to mark the magazines as "return to sender."

"I'd be at the post office everyday, but then two, three weeks later there'd be more," she said.

It became too much, and she started just throwing them out.

Jones' daughter works at a magazine, and she knows it's more than just the paper that goes to waste.

"To think of all the effort people made to make these magazine," Jones said.