Postal worker on disability busted hawking Domino’s pizzas

This government employee’s disability checks were delivered with extra toppings.

On Tuesday, a San Francisco postal worker was sentenced to 90 days in jail and ordered to pay $157,173 in restitution for collecting disability checks while owning and operating Domino’s Pizza stores, District Attorney George Gascón said.

Tiong C. Ong, 51, formerly of Saratoga, started working at the U.S. Postal Service as a tractor trailer operator in 1993. Seven years later, he reportedly began receiving monthly disability payments after injuring his back.

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