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Topic - Cathy Wrench Cashwell
A North Carolina woman who had to quit her U.S. Postal Service job and go on disability because she couldn't life mail bags was outed on national television as a fraudster, after pulling hard on The Price is Right wheel — twice — without any difficulty.
Cathy Wrench Cashwell claimed she hurt her shoulder in 2004 while at work and couldn't perform the manual side of her postal duties — lifting trays of mail, carrying bags of letters, the Daily Mail reported.