Clerk Mistook Coke Deal For Anthrax, Calls Cops & Almost Gets Busted For Dealing

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    Marc Jacobs Employee Mistook Cocaine Delivery for Anthrax Attack

    An employee at Marc Jacobs' SoHo store intercepted a delivery of cocaine; she called the cops because she thought it was anthrax.

    Sometimes it can be sooo hard to tell the difference between drug dealers and terrorists.

    The NYPD took Marc Jacobs' poor, naive shopgirl in for questioning, but did not charge her, probably because anyone who works in the fashion industry and hasn't yet learned to recognize an eight-ball of yayo is too dumb to play any role in a drug buy.

    That said, drug dealers and terrorists have a lot in common. When Midwestern mommies try to convince their daughters not to go to NYU, drugs and terrorism are the two most oft-cited concerns.

    And on Law & Order, drug dealers and terrorists are played by the same people: Big, brawny non-white men who spend a surprising amount of time underneath bridges and in the lobbies of fancy buildings they have no business being in.

    Except the literal business of selling drugs and the metaphorical business of blowing up said buildings, of course.


    Marc Jacobs Employee Receives Surprise Delivery

    A female employee of the Marc Jacobs store on Mercer Street in SoHo received a package from California that contained cocaine -- but she called the cops because she thought it was anthrax.

    The FBI was called to the scene, and after investigating the package, concluded it was a local matter and turned the case over to the NYPD.

    After running a test, cops determined the substance was cocaine, and took the employee in for questioning. "It appears to have been a huge mix-up," says our source. "The girl has no idea why she was sent it.

    The cops are looking into whether it was intended for someone else in the building. But she was not happy with how she was treated by the police and is considering filing charges."

    The employee was not charged. A rep for Marc Jacobs had no comment, while a manager at the store hung up.