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Police Officer Finished Off By Krispy Kreme


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Well..  they finished his career anyway:

 

 A police officer accused of trying to buy a £9.95 box of doughnuts for seven pence by sticking on a cheaper barcode has been sacked for gross misconduct.  


 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-55089146

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2 hours ago, MrPin said:

You beat me to it Libby. There's a curious force in the universe connecting coppers and donuts.

It’s a thing in the filth they have to buy Krispy Kreme doughnuts, for everyone on the shift, if they fuck up in a minor way like damaging a car. Ignoring the obvious health implications they obviously resent paying for this out of their own pocket and there’s of course scope for being bullied into it.

He clearly should not have done this but you can see how it was engendered. Lots of staff penalising can end this way. For example, start penalising for vehicle damage then if they think it’s unfair they’ll start pinching diesel in a tit for tat or something like that. 

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16 hours ago, SNACR said:

Lots of staff penalising can end this way. For example, start penalising for vehicle damage then if they think it’s unfair they’ll start pinching diesel in a tit for tat or something like that. 

A previous employer regularly treated me like shit. I ticked off quite a few things from this list before I left!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counterproductive_work_behavior

Nicking stuff from crappy employers is different to nicking stuff from shops, mind. "Tainting" the doughnuts would have been more appropriate if he didn't like having to buy them. This copper's just a cunt.

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20 hours ago, Libspero said:

Well..  they finished his career anyway:

 

 


 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-55089146

While in uniform, he said he purchased four items from the store - the tray of 12 doughnuts, the carrots, a sandwich and a drink.

Thats a very odd dinner time selection, well, the carrots are.

Theres dinner time sandwich shops. And theres shop-shops.

The only reason to buy the carrots would be if they were th same weight as the donuts.

Id also assume hes done this more thn once. Its unlikely that the til supervsior would have caught the copper the first time.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, spygirl said:

The only reason to buy the carrots would be if they were th same weight as the donuts.

It would need to be a big carrot and at 7p it wouldn't be.

I suspect it's more the case that in most large supermarkets due to self scanning etc you can weight items and get a printed bar code for the cost of the item.

Stick that on the bottom of a box of doughnuts, job done.

Problem is that will flag up due to the weight, it knows it's 7p worth of carrots which should weigh between X and Y, I'd imagine that's how he got caught.

 

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1 hour ago, Virgil Caine said:

As far as I can see the main argument for putting the police back on the beat is so the fat fuckers do a bit of exercise and lose some of that pudge.

Fat policemen are a UK tradition, and actually can do the job pretty well.

The problem is stinking thieving lying policemen.

The other other positive aspect of doughnut stuffing obese policemen is that they're relatively less likely to have the opportunity to fuck victims of crime in the station bogs. (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-55107433)

[Although I'm not entirely sure that in the above case the crime justifies the punishment.  And if you made it a custodial offence for police officers to have sex in a police station then by my experience the entire constabulary would be the wrong side of the bars in Wormwood Scrubs.  (life can get boring during the night shift)]

 

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3 hours ago, gilf said:

It would need to be a big carrot and at 7p it wouldn't be.

I suspect it's more the case that in most large supermarkets due to self scanning etc you can weight items and get a printed bar code for the cost of the item.

Stick that on the bottom of a box of doughnuts, job done.

Problem is that will flag up due to the weight, it knows it's 7p worth of carrots which should weigh between X and Y, I'd imagine that's how he got caught.

 

Ok, without wanting to give people a 101 in fraud. You take the item you want cheap and put it on the scales that prints barcodes for loose weighed  stuff then choose something cheap per kg. It spits out a barcode label and the less sophisticated fraudster sticks it over the barcode on the expensive item. The more sophisticated keep it in their palm and then immediately screw up and dispose of as soon as scanned. The self-service will then have the anticipated weight and won’t throw an unexpected item fit.

A member of staff will have spotted this - probably on alert if a spate, possibly not the first copper to do it.

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