Biscuit (Noun) : A person who is willfully ignorant and almost certainly incompetent

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Biscuit of The Week

Yah we are a day earlier than usual, but this guy is the kind of dude that just needs to be called out. Meet George Utley – former postal worker and complete fucking moron.

Utley, who previously worked as a mail handler with the U.S. Postal Service, began receiving disability benefits from the government after reporting a “work-related back injury” in January 2009, prosecutors said.

He netted from $2,600 a month to $3,300 a month from these payments, but Utley was not truthful about his other sources of income or his injuries, feds said after recently busting this biscuit.

During a hearing to receive the disability benefits, Utley explicitly said he had not been in any car accident and that he’d only injured his back at work by standing up in the break room, court documents show.

However, prosecutors said an investigation revealed he’d been in nine car accidents, including several that were before his alleged break room back injury. In the aftermath of multiple car accidents, Utley filed civil lawsuits against several different insurance companies. One accident in 1989, documents showed, caused Utley to injure his back.

Additionally, the investigation revealed that, since 2011, Utley only spent $14 on prescription medication, which was in 2012. Not exactly writhing around in pain apparently.

So how did he end up busted on his gravy train? Well he’s an idiot – and idiots and social media don’t mix!

Facebook posts showed Utley participating in a variety of activities that prosecutors say contradict his claims of a “debilitating, work-related back injury.” These posts include photos of him working out, standing next to a mountain bike, fishing and vacationing in the Grand Canyon. All were posted by Utley, court documents said. Brilliant lol.

Video surveillance also showed Utley working in his yard for hours at a time, with the former postal worker lifting, carrying and squatting without help, prosecutors said. Additionally, footage showed Utley hauling a race car and crawling underneath it.

Don’t fear this biscuit, however, he’ll be getting his due on this stunt: George Utley, 56, faces up to 10 years in prison and is required to pay back $732,459.46 in stolen funds, a Feb. 16 news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida said. Hope it was worth it George, you useless piece of shit.

4 thoughts on “Biscuit of The Week”

  1. You mean the Feds actually did something to reduce (even if only in this one case) the waste of our tax dollars? “One small step for man; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “

  2. Thomas “Pops” Petty

    I believe the Government billed him for the investigation costs as well as the lost funds.

    However, real justice would put him back to work, & taking 50% of his after tax income as well as any refund he’d receive. 10 years in prison won’t do a thing to get what was taken, back. At 56 years of age, he can still get a job. If he knows he won’t get any Social Security benefits until his debt is paid, he’ll end up working until he’s 80. This, in my opinion, is a more reasonable form of justice.

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