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