From NY Daily News. Who would have thought a "man cave" at work would get you in trouble?
From 'Man Cave' to big house? Two men indicted in Albany mischief
Two state employees were indicted Thursday on charges of setting up a "man cave" at work to sleep, smoke pot, watch TV and deal drugs - while they were supposed to be working.
Office of General Employees workers Gary Pivoda, 48, of Latham, and Louis Marciano, 50, of Rennselaer were accused of transforming a storage area at a Capitol parking garage into their own private getaway.
"Instead of working, these state employees allegedly used public property and taxpayer-funded time to nap and party in a den of illicit activities," Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said.
"New Yorkers expect state employees to obey the law, act in a professional manner and carry out their assigned duties. This office ... will continue to root out the corruption to restore faith in government."
The 22-count indictment, unsealed in Albany County Supreme Court, charged the men with an assortment of felony and misdemeanor offenses.
Pivoda was held on $10,000 bail, and Marciano was held on $5,000. The next court date is Oct. 29.
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