Female U.S. Postal Service Worker Steals Christmas Gift Cards To Buy Sex Toys From Groupon

By 12.23.16
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas


This cold-hearted Grinch stole Christmas and used those gifts to buy fuck toys.

A woman from West Nyack, New York sent a $100 American Express gift card to a relative in Long Island for their Christmas gift. However, the letter arrived, but no gift card. One could surmise that the gift card “got lost in the mail.” However, the woman called American Express to see if the card was used and indeed it was. The card was used to purchase three adult sex toys from Groupon.com totally nearly $100. What fuckstick buys fucksticks from Groupon?

An investigation was launched and it turns out that U.S. postal service worker Iesha Conley was the Grinch who stole Christmas. The 48-year-old employee at the U.S. Postal Service’s Brooklyn Processing and Distribution Center was caught on surveillance video stealing gift cards.

Video from mid-December showed Conley “ripping open and removing the contents from dozens of greeting card envelopes.” She was seen on video removing a tray filled with mailings and leaving her work area with the tray. The video revealed that Conley stored the stolen items inside a black sweater that had the words “Got Jesus?” on it.

Jesus.

The criminal complaint, filed by the Office of the Inspector General for the Postal Service, states that Conley used her iPhone to buy the fuck toys AND had them delivered to her Brooklyn home. The same gift card was also used in an attempt to pay HER cable bill at HER home.

What a fucking asshat.

First, she used HER own Groupon account with HER information on it, then ordered it from HER iPhone, and then had it delivered to HER home. Then she had the audacity to pay for HER cable bill for HER home.

Way to cover your tracks there Danny Ocean.

Conley is charged with stealing mail from Sept. 9 through Dec. 20, and faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

[NYP]


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