Dunkin’ might trade on the Nasdaq now, but one DD worker prefers to do business in parking lots. A 29-year-old overnight worker at a Rockaway, New Jersey, Dunkin’ Donuts was allegedly caught taking X-rated coffee breaks for cash. The Daily Record reports that Melissa Redmond, otherwise a "very good employee," was arrested in a sting operation dubbed "Extra Sugar."
Intrepid officers cased the DD in question after noticing that Redmond would pay personal visits to customers waiting in nearby cars; one officer commented that "sometimes, I even saw money changing hands." (We don’t want to know what else he saw changing hands.)
To seal the deal, a plainclothes officer cruised the drive-through and was promptly propositioned: "She said if he wanted a good time to call her and she gave him her phone number.” She later approached him and gave him a "specific price list" for her, ahem, off-menu services — at which point she was cuffed.
Kinda gives new meaning to the term "doughnut holes"!