2006_09_creditcard.jpgSome Citibank customers complained about strange puchases made on their credit cards. Metrocards. Gift cards at Bloomingdale's and McDonald's. Movie tickets. So Citibank reported the incident to the Manhattan DA's office, and then an investigation revealed a commonality: All customers had dined at Les Halles Downtown - and their server was Dennis Szyller. The NY Post reports that Szyller used a skimming device to copy information from his diners' credit cards and later ran up over $12,000 in charges. And that's not all - when he was arrested, the police found 22 bags of cocaine in his apartment AND it turns out he had attacked a man in Chelsea in July. As for the customers, we bet they are using cash when the credit card leaves their sight.