Absenteeism, convicted Rap worker: accuses the twin but the judge does not believe him

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A Rap worker, the environmental hygiene company of the Municipality of Palermo, was sentenced to 8 months for absenteeism by the monochromatic judge of the fifth section of the Nicola Aiello court.

Giovanni Spataro, 60 years old, on 26 January 2016 he had been seen by the city police outside the workplace and then he had returned to swipe the badge, thus trying to cash in the overtime for a performance never performed. The man was in the company of a colleague, Giovanni Forte, 66 years old, who had been stopped by municipal police officers when he left the Ingham warehouse in Brancaccio and then preferred to admit the facts, accepting the so-called probation, which avoids the sentence.

Spataro instead had managed to get away and, ended up under investigation, he had denied being an absenteeist, claiming that the person seen by the brigade would be not him, but his twin brother. But he doesn't work for Rap.

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