Manhattan office workers who got carried away during the Yankees victory parade yesterday apparently began tossing files and documents out the window when they couldn’t get their hands on confetti.
Auditor Damian Salo attended the parade. He tells The New York Post he found all sorts of personal financial documents in the mountains of shredded paper tossed from skyscrapers as the players rode up Broadway.
They included pay stubs, banking data, law firm memos and even some court files.
The founder of one financial firm, Alan Sarroff, says his company reprimanded one “overzealous” employee for throwing records out the window that should have been shredded.
Ticker-tape parades on Broadway are a New York tradition.