By Virginia Backaitis writing for the New York Post
None of her co-workers will fess up to the crime, but one of them stole Noelle Mulholland’s lunch.
The burrito in question — a perfect mix of pulled pork, green chile queso, salsa verde, romaine, crispy tortilla strips, and manchego and Monterey Jack cheeses that the 25-year-old account executive goes gaga over — seemingly vanished from the office fridge and into thin air. The only evidence that it ever existed was the bag that Mulholland had used to carry it between purveyor Mexicue in NoMad and Phear Creative, the Flatiron-based ad agency where she works.
“I was so angry when I opened the refrigerator and my burrito wasn’t there,” says the Queens resident, who immediately fired off an e-mail to the entire company, even upper management.
“There was a burrito I placed in the refrigerator no less than one hour ago and it is missing. Please return it, or let me know if you’ve thrown it out. Would like to eat it. This is not a joke, I am very serious and very hungry. On the verge of hangry,” Mulholland wrote.
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