Plaintiff brought a slander action, alleging that the defendant had said "You dirty crook, you are the biggest crook in Bedford Avenue." Apparently the declaration alleged no special damages, and contained no innuendo setting forth circumstances which would enlarge the meaning of the statement complained of. On defendant's motion for a dismissal, on the ground that the complaint did not state a cause of action, held, that the words were actionable per se. Weiner v. Leviton (N. Y. App. Div. 1930) 244 N. Y. S. 176.