Dodgy drivers left with bad taste in the mouth

Dodgy drivers left with bad taste in the mouth

A group of crafty bus drivers were charged on Monday after they quietly siphoned off petrol from their vehicles and sold them to a third party dealer, who was also arrested.

The company grew suspicious when they noticed that the buses were consuming far too much fuel.

After investigation, the drivers’ scheme quickly became obvious. The four drivers, aged between 27 and 33, ratted on their buyer when questioned.

The 41-year-old was then arrested with 60 litres of fuel in his possession. Nokorwat


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