Worker In Texas Accused Of Stealing $1.2 Million Worth Of Fajitas

Chicken fajitas served  on a flour tortilla

Just because a food is delicious doesn't mean you can just steal it. Authorities in The Cameron County District Attorney's Office say a man working in the Texas county's Juvenile Justice Department took a day off back in August. This wouldn't be a big deal if the department hadn't received a call from a food service informing them of an 800-pound fajita delivery. After a kitchen worker explained they do not serve fajitas, the driver told her he had been delivering fajitas there for nine years. When Gilberto Escaramilla returned the work the following day he admitted to stealing the food, which is worth an estimated $1,251,578. He faces a first-degree felony theft charge

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