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February 27, 2012


The police chief told us someone had been stealing lunches, drinks, even 60 pounds of deer sausage out of the break room fridge for about a year and police employees were pretty mad. So, the chief authorized a sting operation on the refrigerator.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Refrigerator Sting

Had it been donuts, all bets would be off.

I'm glad that whoever is our version at work only takes about half of anything, leaving the rest for the original owner.

With the office politics, I don't put anything in the fridge because I'm not on the Approved List

ER doctors are the worst about taking your lunch out of the fridge and eating it.

"I thought they were 'fridge' benefits" Yang reportedly told internal affairs.

Why this Thief gets to keep his job is beyond me, and wrong! Apparently some cops think there are two standards, one for the police and one for the general public.

If he tries that in prison, he'll be shived.

When I was in college there were certain Stinkin bastards classmates who took a chocolate cake I had made for a friend.

Sooo I make another, only I substitute Chocolate Ex-lax for the chocolate and put a lot in the cake. Then I sat back and watched who had the poops!


Funny man, I believe it is government employees in general, not just policeman, who keep their jobs except when convicted of the most grevious crimes. I know there is a reason for that to be the case, but explaining it would take to long and I would only confuse myself in the process.

they set him up? - it was a fridgidare

Next we'll see this plot line on Cold Case.

"Sting operation" ? ? ?

So ... did they remove the sting in the operation? Or ... whut?

Must've been a perty big & aggressive bee, if it attacked a fridge ...

"A lot of times we clean up the community refrigerator like once a week, everything take by Friday or certain date or everything gets thrown out, which we don't do here," explained Officer Yang.


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