Florida firm reportedly catches two women diverting cooking oil to an alternative energy competitor
"We lost about 10-20 thousand (dollars) a month from people stealing this oil from behind our restaurant," Lesperance said. Lesperance said the women use a special apparatus to siphon the used oil from the top of a barrel. "We call it an octopus, which has small tubes that go in between the grates to then extract the oil," he said.
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