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The postman was absent from work during WFH and went to the fitness group to “check out” for defrauding Hongkong Post and was sued by the ICAC

The ICAC sued a former postman yesterday (27th), accusing him of defrauding Hongkong Post, falsely claiming on a sticky note that he did not perform outside work, and was absent from work during the epidemic at home.

The ICAC sued a former postman yesterday (27), accusing him of defrauding Hongkong Post, falsely claiming on a sticky note that he did not perform outside work, and was absent from work at home during the epidemic, and went to the fitness group to work outside with pay from time to time. Fraudulent Hongkong Post’s two-day salary.

The ICAC sued a former postman yesterday (27), accusing him of defrauding Hongkong Post, falsely claiming on a sticky note that he did not take any outside work, and was absent from work during the epidemic at home, and went to the fitness group for paid outside work from time to time.

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The defendant Xu Shaoji (30 years old) was charged with four counts, namely, two agents used documents with intent to deceive their principals, violating section 9(3) of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance; and two frauds, violating the Theft Ordinance “Article 16A.

He was granted bail by the ICAC, pending a plea in the Eastern Magistracy tomorrow (29th).

The defendant joined Hongkong Post as a postman in early February 2017 and was stationed at Aberdeen Post Office.

Before joining Hongkong Post, he worked as the club director of a fitness group.

The ICAC sued a former postman yesterday (27), accusing him of defrauding Hongkong Post, falsely claiming on a sticky note that he did not take any outside work, and was absent from work during the epidemic at home, and went to the fitness group for paid outside work from time to time.

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The defendant applied for outside work in 2017 and was rejected

At the end of February 2017, the defendant applied to Hongkong Post to engage in outside work in the above-mentioned fitness group in accordance with the Civil Service Regulations.

Hongkong Post rejected its application at the end of March 2017, and subsequently launched an investigation into the defendant’s alleged involvement in paid outside work without permission.

Two of the charges alleged that the defendant allegedly used two memos containing false, erroneous or improper statements on or about May 27 and June 4, 2020, with the intention of deceiving his principal, and accused him of joining Hongkong Post After that, he never took up any outside work, and he knew it was to mislead the government.

The remaining two charges allege that the defendant failed to report his absence to Hongkong Post on July 21 and 31, 2020, and intended to deceive and induce Hongkong Post to pay him a salary of more than $1,200, resulting in He gains benefits and the government suffers disadvantages.

In response to the new crown pneumonia epidemic, Hongkong Post has intermittently implemented work-from-home arrangements from January to August 2020.

All postmen must be at home and are not allowed to handle personal affairs or perform outside work during office hours.

However, the defendant was suspected of working in the above-mentioned fitness group on duty on July 21 and 31 of the same year.

Hongkong Post provided full assistance during the ICAC investigation.

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The defendant Xu Shaoji (30 years old) was charged with four counts, namely, two agents used documents with intent to deceive their principals, violating section 9(3) of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance; and two frauds, violating the Theft Ordinance “Article 16A.

Source: https://newsrnd.com/news/2021-10-28-the-postman-was-absent-from-work-during-wfh-and-went-to-the-fitness-group-to-“check-out”-for-defrauding-hongkong-post-and-was-sued-by-the-icac.S1Z3pCiD8t.html

Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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