It could be worse. Somebody at work once lost their lunch box somewhere between the car park and the office, and decided to send an email asking if anybody had found it (including a detailed description of all the contents…)
Which might not have been so bad, except they didn’t realize that “send to all” actually sent about 60,000 copies of it to every continent on the planet (yes, we did have a few employees based in Antarctica at the time).
A few hundred of the the recipients were kind enough to explain in detail how to use the email system properly - and hit “reply to all” with their explanation.
And a few really helpful employees then sent “reply to all” messages to each of those few hundred people explaining what they had done wrong…
Normal service was resumed a few days later. History does not record what happened to the lunch box.