Sanitation Worker Forced To Retire For Accepting $20 Tip

A New York City sanitation worker has been forced to take early retirement for accepting a $20 tip while on the job. A resident gave Lenworth Dixon the tip for helping remove a large amount of furniture and other trash in front of her Queens home in September, the New York Post reported.
newyork.cbslocal.com Published: February 4, 2014
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A New York City sanitation worker has been forced to take early retirement for accepting a $20 tip while on the job.

A resident gave Lenworth Dixon the tip for helping remove a large amount of furniture and other trash in front of her Queens home in September, the New York Post reported.



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