EPA discovers illegal man caves in a Maryland warehouse

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LANDOVER, MD – Is a man cave a good thing? Well, that ‘depends’.

The Environmental Protection Agency`s Inspector General says the man caves found at a Maryland warehouse are not good, and, in fact, they may be criminal. Investigators made a surprise visit to the 70,000-foot warehouse in Landover and found secret rooms chock-full of exercise equipment, televisions, furniture, micro-waves, refrigerators, and other things inside the warehouse, like propane tanks, trucks, and lots of rat poop.

What is really causing concern is the discovery of passports. The State Department is helping to figure out what was going on.

Just about everything was in deplorable condition, except for the man caves and the gym.

The EPA fired everyone with Apex Logistics LLC, the contractor for the operation, which has been paid $5.3 million since 2007.

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