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The staff of JFK airport knows how to party.
According to the Queens DA, police arrested fifteen present and former truck drivers employed by Sky Chef, and three security guards working at JFK airport. They stand accused of stealing 100,000 bottles of miniature booze at a worth of $250,000.
The investigation into the thefts was dubbed "operation last call," which sounds like a perfect theme for a party only serving miniature booze.
In the press release District Attorney Brown said, “The defendants are alleged to have pilfered over the past five months more than three-quarters of a million dollars worth of mini bottles of liquor and duty-free merchandise from Kennedy Airport for subsequent sale in the local underground economy. Employee pilferage is a significant problem for many companies, not just at the airports but throughout the entire metropolitan area. In the last analysis, however, it is the consuming public that bears the burden of thefts such as those that are alleged to have occurred in this case.”
Do your part. Drink more nips to make up for this horrific crime.
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