Desperate Men Commit Inside Job in Crime of the Century, Stealing $65,000 Worth of Chicken Wings
The brains behind a fowl crime in Georgia’s Gwinnett County thought they’d get away with it on a wing and a prayer.
Especially a wing.
Two men identified as Renaldo Jackson and Dewayne Patterson have been arrested for stealing $65,000 worth of frozen Tyson chicken wings.
The wings were pilfered from Nordic Cold Storage where both men work. Ouch, that’s cold.
Estimates claim the dynamic duo made off with a total of 26,000 pounds of wings, which we can only guess means they were planning on hosting the greatest Super Bowl bash ever. That, or the men are acutely aware that a wing shortage may be in the offing.
There's also a third suspect who's still at-large. Guess you can say he flew the coop.