What do you think would happen if you turned in a time card with 3,500 hours of overtime?
Think maybe your employer would be just a tad inquisitive?
That's just one of the riddle in the latest economic mess coming out of the city of Chester. A city police officer in one year recorded those 3,500 hours of OT.
A report last week from state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale indicated that the city's municipal pension plans are on the brink of collapse.
One of the problems is that costs are being driven up by the overtime racked up by police and firefighters.
We talk about it on today's editorial page.