Prostitution Sting Nets Worker at Dunkin' Donuts

The sting's name: Extra sugar, of course
By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff
Posted Aug 2, 2011 3:43 PM CDT
Prostitution Sting Nets Worker at Dunkin' Donuts
A Dunkin' Donuts worker offered prostitution services while working the night shift, police say.   (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)

In an operation dubbed “Extra Sugar,” police charged a Dunkin’ Donuts worker with prostitution during her shift, reports the Daily Record of Morristown, NJ. “She was a nighttime employee, supposedly a very good one,” said the New Jersey detective who set up an undercover investigation of the 29-year-old worker. After getting a tip, the detective visited the store, where he saw the woman visiting customers’ cars.

Another officer went undercover through the store’s drive-through. “She said if he wanted a good time to call her and she gave him her phone number,” said the detective. The investigation took six weeks. "But were they allowed to expense their late-night surveillance snacks?" wonders Daily Intel. (Read more prostitution stories.)

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