Dippin Dots Dude Done...

Since the last podcast mentined Dippin Dots, I just had to post this article: http://www.local12.com/news/local/story/Kings-Island-Employee-Accused-of-Theft-During-One/EhVcbypS_EGGEN6L26JcVQ.cspx


Vater's avatar

That was a hell of a lucrative workday.

Crime 101:

If you are planning a theft, it is generally considered a poor decision to first provide your victim with your full name, birth date, home address, and contact information (or really anything that one might include on a job application).

*sigh*

Idiot.

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Bill
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Yeah, maybe Dippin Dots aint doing as bad as we think.....


Jerry's avatar

I am sure it included a $200-$300 Drawer float amount, but $1500 is a lot of dippin dots.

LostKause's avatar

At $5 a pop, it would only amount to about a hundred or so. I could easily see them selling that much in a day.

This thief's stupidity amazes me. Did the think that he wouldn't get caught?

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kpjb's avatar

I was actually thinking the opposite.

$1800 is not that much for a Dippin' Dots location. He should've waited until a busy day to steal the cash.

$1800/$6 is only 300 units per day.


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ApolloAndy's avatar

They don't come by at some point in the day and reset the register?

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Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

Lord Gonchar's avatar

I'm thinking a shift would be 10 hours. Correct?

The bank is probably his for the shift.

250-300 Dippin' Dots in 10 hours is one unit every two minutes or so.


ApolloAndy's avatar

Well, at least one of the welfare abusers can go work for King's Island now.


Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

CoasterDemon's avatar

ApolloAndy said:
Well, at least one of the welfare abusers can go work for King's Island now.

And sell pay to cut passes :)


Billy

Vater said:
That was a hell of a lucrative workday.

And probably his last. I can't see him getting to the second interview at too many places when he answers the "why did you leave your last place of employment" question. Answer. because I had $1800 you stupid m***********.

And since nobody else mentioned it, +1 to Coaster Daddy for the alliterative title.

I adamantly ADORE alliteration.


The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist

http://support.gktw.org/site/TR/CoastingForKids/General?px=1248054&...fr_id=1372

Lowkae's avatar

There goes the money they were gonna use to fix Son of Beast.

Matches and gasoline would be alot cheaper.

Jerry's avatar

I would think the EPA fine would be steep - lot of chemicals in that pressurized treated timber.

Could always be a accident. Stupid CP actually put their fire out when they had the chance to get rid of MS.

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