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The company is famous for its distinctive Millie crepes that sell up to $ 90 and are popular with celebrities and on Instagram

Delivery person stole $ 90,000 worth of Lady M cakes – including $ 90 pancakes – from Martha Stewart and Oprah & # 39; s favorite bakery

  • David Lliviganay captured on surveillance cameras in the Long Island warehouse
  • He would have robbed the freezers before he smuggled bags of cake to his car
  • The company, Lady M Confections, is famous for Millie crepes that sell for $ 90
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A New York delivery guy has been accused of stealing $ 90,000 in cake after smuggling more than 1,000 baked goods from a warehouse for a few months.

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David Lliviganay, a Lady M Confections employee, was captured by surveillance cameras that raided the freezers before smuggling candy bags to his car.

The company, based on Long Island, is famous for its distinctive Millie crepes that sell up to $ 90 and are popular with celebrities such as Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey.

The company is famous for its distinctive Millie crepes that sell up to $ 90 and are popular with celebrities and on Instagram

The company is famous for its distinctive Millie crepes that sell up to $ 90 and are popular with celebrities and on Instagram

Lliviganay is said to have stolen the cakes to sell to sellers, according to a court case New York Post.

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The company did not know that the cakes had disappeared until they were warned that unreliable dealers were selling them for a discount, a lawsuit reports.

It led to a & # 39; thorough and exhaustive investigation & # 39; with the surveillance images – and even when he was logged in to the WiFi – that led them to Lliviganay.

An employee told the publication that they have improved their security system since the alleged incident.

They said: & # 39; Now the bakers walk around every night inventorying all the cakes & # 39 ;.

Lliviganay has been found guilty of petit larceny and will be sentenced on 24 September in the Queens Criminal Court.

David Lliviganay, a Lady M Confections employee, was captured by surveillance cameras that raided the freezers in the Long Island warehouse (photo) before smuggling candy bags to his car.
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David Lliviganay, a Lady M Confections employee, was captured by surveillance cameras that raided the freezers in the Long Island warehouse (photo) before smuggling candy bags to his car.

David Lliviganay, a Lady M Confections employee, was captured by surveillance cameras that raided the freezers in the Long Island warehouse (photo) before smuggling candy bags to his car.

Lady M tries to recover both the costs of the missing cakes and the damage, claims the lawsuit.

On their website, the company states: & # 39; Lady M takes great responsibility and pride in sending our cakes to you. Every order is packaged by hand and handled with care so that it arrives at your door in perfect condition. & # 39;

& # 39; Lady M is not responsible for lost or stolen packages, & # 39; they add.

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