A Queens man allegedly went on a freewheeling $2.2 million spending spree on his employer’s dime, according to a lawsuit.
Randy Wang, 33, spent gobs of cash on tech, claims Oneworld Alliance, an airline-industry partnership.
Wang dropped $793,158 at Apple; $577,161 on Amazon.com; and $85,505 at computer store Micro Center, according to a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.
But he wasn’t done yet: the tech-hungry corporate thief bought 285 MacBook Pros, 236 iPhone 7 cellphones, 15 iPad Pros and 9 iPad Mini-4 tablets, the company alleges.
The former Oneworld business manager once earned $159,000 and was even temporarily promoted to head of finance.
Oneworld discovered the hoax in September and fired Wang — who then allegedly set up a fake Web site posing as a Oneworld vendor and cashing in to the tune of $600,000, according to court papers.
Oneworld claims Wang even manipulated payroll records to avoid paying a measly $69 a paycheck for health insurance. Wang could not be reached, and Oneworld lawyers declined to comment.