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Stationing a crate of orange juice on the floor where one hopes a friend might trip is not exactly the mark of true allegiance — unless one is trying to help a friend commit insurance fraud.
Such was the case at a grocery store in Great Britain, where one year after the alleged trip-and-fall an insurance claim was filed and an old video record was summoned, all of which showing the devious scheme from start to finish.
Airing on DailyMail.com on Tuesday, the same day fraudster Farida Ashraf, 41, was sentenced to 21 months in prison, the video shows a mere stumble that the woman testified caused injuries to her shoulder, shin, calf and hip.
The video also shows two accomplices moments before deliberately placed the crate on the floor before Ms. Ashraf walked into it.
There was no word on whether her friends faced charges.
That settles it: Farting on a colleague is not workplace bullying.