A USPS worker allegedly swiped credit cards from customers on her Queens route — then used the stolen plastic for a breast lift, officials said.
Shakera Small, 30, was arraigned Wednesday night in Queens Criminal Court on charges of identity theft, grand larceny and other raps for which she faces up to seven years in prison. She was released without bail.
“The crime alleged here was a betrayal of the public trust and an insult to the thousands and thousands of hardworking postal employees who do their jobs with integrity,” said Queens DA Melinda Katz in a statement.
Small allegedly used a forged Connecticut license bearing the name of Christine Petrow to book a breast-lift consultation at Long Island Plastic Surgery.