Chop Talk

Unwrapping a package mailed to them last week, Cleveland OPA officials found a cooked pork chop inside. With it was a letter from an indignant Buffalo businessman. He had ordered a chop in a restaurant, and had been served the minuscule chunk enclosed, which weighed less than two ounces. OPA officials got busy on the case, pausing only to issue a hasty plea to irate citizens: just tell us about it, never mind sending the evidence.


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