He was fired for drinking beers before the shift but received 6,000 euros in compensation

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He considered it unfair court the dismissal of a woman in Britain, who had drunk beers nine hours before her shift. Malkorata Krolik had had three beers at 5 a.m. and arrived at the factory, located in Livingston, where she worked for 11 years at 2:00 p.m.

As soon as he arrived at the factory, according to a Metro article, he was immediately called to a staff meeting. There Malgorata lost her temper when she was told she had to go on forced leave and began to cry. So the manager Roland Pickmans, wanting to calm her down, hugged her and he smelled of alcohol.

The woman was asked by her bosses if she had consumed alcohol and confessed that he had drunk three beers early in the morning and even offered to take a breathalyzer test to prove that he was not under the influence. Her bosses said it was not necessary after she admitted to drinking beers and that the company showed “zero tolerance” for alcohol consumption by employees. Crowley was put in suspension and later was fired.

However, the court solemnly acquitted her as the judge ruled that it was essentially as if she had consumed alcohol the night before and therefore the accusations of the factory bosses that the woman was dangerous for her personal health and safety but also for her colleagues were unfounded. He was convicted in Malkorata Krolik compensation of 6,300 euros.

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