New York’s Hot Dog Hooker Caught: Montreal’s Poutine with Poontang Dealer Still At Large

Dirty New York hot dogs just got a bit dirtier. According to CNN, Catherina G. Scalia (relationship unknown) was arrested for selling old fashioned hot dogs with a complementary ol’ fashioned.

According to the article, an undercover police officer called Ms. Scalia to a local motel. There Ms. Scalia performed an unlicensed massage, and offered to perform some sex act that wasn’t disclosed. So it must have been something really good. Possibly something we haven’t even heard of.

Apparently, the police have been running a bit of a train on this one. Last year Ms. Scalia took a guilty plea to “misdemeanor prostitution after an undercover officer bought hot dogs from her stand, took her business card offering topless dances, and received a lap dance at her home.” Somewhere in there is something that those notorious prudes in New York consider prostitution. She was also convicted of prostitution in a similar situation nine years ago.

With these facts, it may seem that Ms. Scalia is screwed. But she claims that the police department is treating her unfairly and really bending her over a table. Luckily, she has a defense that she feels is the shot-in-the-mouth that this case really needs. She states that she “pleaded guilty to stripper (sic). A stripper is not a prostitute.” This is referring to one of her past prostitution convictions. Of course, she is half right, a stripper is not a prostitute (every time). There must be dozens of strippers world wide who aren’t prostitutes.

In addition to being a creative business mind, Ms. Scalia is the proud mother of four boys. She gave them a shout-out with some advice: “To my boys I say your mother’s a stripper. You’re gonna have to live with that ’till the day you die.” Currently, the boys live with their grandmother, otherwise they would probably be under the care and control of Children and Youth Services. Either that or living with their respective fathers who are probably all NYPD detectives.

(photo: 3d rendered illustration of a hot dog character from Shutterstock)

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