He skipped work and produced a forged police warning to explain his absence
Published on Dec 7, 2012 4:00 PM
HE MISSED work on July 31 this year and decided to lie that he had to spend the whole day in court.
As proof, he showed his supervisor a police notice of warning for a sex act issued to him. It was dated the day he missed work and was purportedly issued by the Criminal Investigation Department.
Thinking it was a serious matter, the human resource manager called CID and discovered that no such warning had been issued.
Damien Yue, 27, was today fined $5,000.
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