The Saints’ visit to Atlanta last week worked out well for the Falcons, but not so “eggs-cellently” for a worker at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
As you probably remember, the Saints’ team bus was egged after they arrived at the airport ahead of last Thursday’s game. Initial reports fingered airport workers as the parties responsible for making an omelette on the side of the bus, an allegation that airport officials tried to resist after the incident.
It turns out that those reports were no yolk. Sorry, couldn’t resist.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that an airport spokesman announced Monday that a worker from an airport restaurant suspected of egging the bus has quit his job. The accused worker quit after being questioned by police and has had his access to the airport revoked and, per the spokesman, the Department of Aviation has now closed the investigation.
So ends another episode of CSI: Atlanta Airport Egging Division.