Stick a fork in him — the food vendor who charged tourists $30 for a hot dog was canned for the sausage scam, his boss revealed Thursday.
Ahmed Mohammed — whose fluctuating frank prices ranged from $3 to $30 near the World Trade Center — was also fleecing owners of the food cart, his boss Abdelalim Abdelbaky, 22, told The Post.
“I fired him over it yesterday after I watched the news,” said Abdelbaky, whose father owns the food cart and vending license.
“He told me he charged the people $2 a hot dog. He lied to me.”
Abdelbaky said the vendor pocketed the extra dough — and left his family with hundreds of dollars in fines to pay off.
On Wednesday, Mohammed was slapped with three food-vending citations — after WNBC caught him on camera overcharging customers with accents, police sources said.