A little something on the lighter side — or "Be sure your sin will find you out":
Postal Carrier Caught In Workers' Comp Fraud On 'Price Is Right'
...On Monday [June 3, 2012], [former North Carolina postal worker Cathy Wrench] Cashwell pled guilty to fraud in connection with a workers' compensation claim that she filed in 2004. Cashwell had claimed that a shoulder injury prevented her from lifting mail trays into trucks for the United States Postal Service and, as a result, was collecting benefits since 2005. Then in 2009 she appeared on the game show "The Price is Right," where she used her whole upper body -- shoulders included -- to spin the show's famous "big wheel," twice. In what seems to be another brilliant move, she also posted a photo on her Facebook page that showed her riding a zipline, according to the indictment filed against her. But it was Cashwell's appearance on the show that tipped off investigators...
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