Transportation police officer who dealt with the sack for consistently dodging rail fares is enabled to stop the force

A PC who faced the sack for consistently taking a trip by train without a ticket has actually stopped the force.

PC Benjamin Cassar was convicted at Westminster Magistrates' Court of consistently taking a trip on a train without paying his fare

Each time he supposedly presented his warrant card to Bromley South station personnel so he could pass through the ticket barriers regardless of not having authorisation to do so.Cassar was

convicted at Westminster Magistrates' Court last September of seven counts of taking a trip on a train without paying his fare. He had to pay fines amounting to more than ₤ 2,000.

Cassar was implicated of 'discreditable conduct' in relation to his work, however given that December officers have been enabled to resign or retire if they are subject to misconduct procedures - which he did.He taken a trip from Maidstone, Kent, to Bromley, South East London, seven times with no ticket.

Cassar was accused of 'discreditable conduct' over his deal with the Met's Road and Transportation Command however was permitted to stop

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Cassar was founded guilty by Westminster JPs and needed to pay ₤ 2,000 fines.The Met states that if he had actually stayed he would have been dismissed.He has now been

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