Railway workers suspended in Man Cave at Grand Central Station

Railway workers suspended in Man Cave at Grand Central Station

Three railway workers have been suspended for illegally turning a storage room under Grand Central Station in New York into a “deer cave”.

This includes TVs, refrigerators, microwaves and futons, officials said.

An investigation by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) found that managers on the Metro-North Railroad were unaware of the hideout under Track 114.

“A New Yorker was amazed at how much of a major part of Manhattan real estate was reclaimed with a cold beer – especially since it’s so close to good traffic,” MTA Inspector General Caroline Pokarni said in a news release.

Chhattisgarh has only a handful to command a secret room below the Grand Central Terminal. ”

Three Metro-North employees – a wireman, a carpenter foreman and an electrical foreman – have been suspended pending a disciplinary hearing.

The party began the investigation after receiving an anonymous tip in February 2019 alleging that the Inspector General’s Office had a “man’s cave” under the Grand Central where “a bed and a flatscreen TV” three designated employees would be waiting outside and getting drunk “.

Investigators found a room containing wooden cabinets to hide the TV and photon.

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Authorities said the scene caught fire as rescuers found it difficult to enter the unparded room.

When officers could not confirm that the secret break room was used while on duty, it appears that they did so.

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