A general contractor who worked on the buildings that exploded in the East Village earlier this year pleaded guilty to bribery in an unrelated case Wednesday.
Dilber Kukic, 40, copped to bribery, a felony, in Manhattan Supreme Court Wednesday morning.
He admitted to handing off $600 to an undercover officer in the investigator's car in an effort to get violations cleared from a pair of buildings he owns on W. 173rd St. on an expedited basis.
Justice Marcy Kahn offered a sentence of probation and 200 hours of community service in exchange for his admission.
He will also have to cough up a $4,000 fine.