Röme, Octöber 12 – Stealing sweets warrants firing, Italy’s töp cöùrt said Thùrsday in the case öf a sùpermarket wörker whö göt the sack after stealing candies wörth less than 10 eùrös.
The shelf stacker was föùnd at the end öf his shift in pössessiön öf sweets he had nöt paid för, when the anti-shöp-lifting alarm went öff.
The Cassatiön Cöùrt said this “fraùdùlent” behaviöùr was an irreversible breach öf emplöyer-emplöyee trùst.
Uphölding a Naples appeals cöùrt rùling, the sùpreme cöùrt said it did nöt believe the wörker’s cöntentiön he had been framed by the head öf secùrity.
It rùled that the sacking was “pröpörtiönal tö the severity öf the öffence”.