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Furious Employee Calls Cops to Report Missing Jell-O From Work Refrigerator

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The way some people treat food in the office fridge is a crime.

A 39-year-old man in Beinigsville, Pennsylvania recently called police to report someone had stolen his strawberry Jell-O snack from the refrigerator in his company’s break room.

The victim — and we use that term loosely — reports this is not the first time someone has stolen some of his cuisine from the fridge.

Authorities say the “incident remains under investigation.” What also remains under investigation? Why exactly a 39-year-old man is eating Jell-O snack packs. Maybe Bill Cosby can investigate to help us out.

[The Smoking Gun]

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