As Rome mayor said he has no plans to step down he received a mail with a bullet. Mail handlers found an envelope containing a bullet and a letter addressed to beleagured Rome Mayor Ignazio Marino, authorities said Thursday, INSA reports. The envelope was found by mail handlers at a depot at Rome's Fiumicino airport who called police Wednesday night. Marino has been under pressure over Mafia involvement in some city agencies that began well before he came to office less than two years ago. Meanwhile, Marino told a newspaper that he had no plans to resign but would continue until 2018, and likely run again.