A School Cafeteria Worker Stole $1.5 Million Worth of Chicken Wings

Elderly, suburban high school cafeteria workers may seem harmless . . . but some are capable of HIGH-STAKES AVIAN THIEVERY.



66-year-old Vera Liddell was the "food service director" at a school district in Illinois. But she was arrested for stealing $1.5 MILLION worth of chicken wings.



She'd been working there for at least a decade . . . but during the pandemic, she started over-ordering chicken and picking it up herself in a district cargo van. And the extra chicken was never brought back to the school.



Over the past couple of years, she stole a LOT of chicken, and she ended up being caught because she overlooked one thing: She was ordering massive amounts of chicken wings . . . but the school never served WINGS to the students "because they contain bones."



It's unclear what Vera was actually doing with all those chicken wings. She's currently being held on a $150,000 bond. 

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