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A ‘Wing’ And A Prayer

We already know that we’re facing a chicken wing shortage right as the Super Bowl approaches, putting the nation’s enjoyment of the big game in jeopardy, but now some dudes may have gone and made things worse. Dewayne Carl Patterson and Renaldo Cortez Jackson were charged with theft when police say they stole nearly $65,000 in tasty frozen chicken wings from a cold storage facility in Doraville, GA. Cops claim Jackson used a forklift to load 10 pallets of the wings onto a rental truck while Patterson worked as a lookout. But the real problem: Police still don’t know where the stolen wings have been stashed!

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