An audit of a utility in Tennessee turned up some strange things:
WCUD officials wrote off the $149.88 balance of one customerâs account late last year in exchange for a .38 caliber revolver.
Sometimes those guns can sell for more than twice that amount, according to various websites Tennessee Watchdog reviewed Monday.
âWe were advised that the district manager had an agreement with the customer to pay two months of his utility charges in exchange for a .38 caliber revolver. The district manager subsequently reversed the write-off and wrote a personal check to the district in January 2014, after the districtâs board of commissioners became aware of the transaction,â auditors wrote.
They found plenty of other stuff going on there, too.