Sultan’s tip cause conflict among policemen in Cyprus
Sunday, 05. August 2012, 14:39
Oman Sultan Kabus Bin Said was so generous after his holiday in Cyprus. He left a payment cheque with lots of zero on and luxurious watches to be handled to staff as a tip
The security staff was stirred and a big conflict stormed
the Island. Security staff accused the officers for ‘stealing’ their share from the tips.
Greek Cypriot police teams were angry with their officers
as they believe they could not get what they deserved from the huge amount of
tip left by the Sultan.
Following the conflict and even fights, a group informed
the government and told about the ‘scandal’. Ministery started an investigation
about the case, but there was nothing to do as it is not forbidden to accept
gifts for the security.
Once the security of Larnaka accepted gifts but they faced
no problem as they were fair enough to make a good sharing.
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