After a photo of mail collection boxes on a flatbed truck in Brighton quickly garnered significant attention on Twitter Friday, the U.S. Postal Service clarified the practice is regular procedure for replacing worn-down boxes.

USPS spokesman Steve Doherty told Boston.com boxes that are rusted, in need of paint, or tagged with graffiti are brought into the service’s shop for repair, and new ones are installed to replace them.

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