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Staten Island, NY - Nazi-Style Prank Costs Parks Worker His Job

Published on: October 1, 2008 09:19 PM
By: NY Daily News
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Staten Island, NY - A tasteless Nazi stunt at a Staten Island parks office cost one man his job and will lead to disciplinary action against his two cohorts, a Parks Department spokeswoman said.

Nick Johnson, who wore a motorcycle helmet with a swastika in front of a Jewish co-worker, was fired after a city investigation last week.

Charlie Ekonomakos, who sported a Hitler-style mustache, and Chris Mullusky, who wielded a flaming aerosol can, are still working but face as-yet undisclosed punishment.

Johnson was a temporary employee, parks sources said.


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 Oct 01, 2008 at 11:05 PM Oy Gevald Says:

I have a hunch his name isn't Nick Johnson. I would love to see the guys photo id'd all over town for confirmation. I'll bet the real culprit is back at work already at his full time job there. This isn't a real name.


 Oct 01, 2008 at 11:42 PM Anonymous Says:

neh not Nick johnson never he is a good gye


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