Monday, May 7, 2012

World of Puns Explodes Over Hot Dog Hooker Case

Posted By on Mon, May 7, 2012 at 11:00 AM

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So many choices...relish, buns, wieners. It's almost too much.

Catherine Scalia, 45, was arrested Thursday night when she offered the off-menu special to an undercover cop and took him back to her East Rockaway pad for some home cooking.

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An undercover cop approached the stand Thursday and bought two hot dogs and water for $5 before the “specials” were announced.

Scalia took the cop back to her place and performed a striptease for $100 before unveiling the main course, police said.

“She agreed to manually stimulate him for an additional $50,” said Nassau County Police spokesman Kevin Smith.

She was slapped with cuffs instead.

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“What do you want? It was a bad hot-dog day. I sold maybe $5 worth of hot dogs that day,” she told The Post after that arrest.

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