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Guy Fined $525 For Not Paying For $.89 Refill (Video)
Posted by Lurch on April 18 2014
A South Carolina man got slapped in the face with a $525 fine for the most ridiculous reason in the world. He was working construction in a VA Hospital when he took his lunch and went to the cafeteria and refilled his soda. Well, apparently that was the wrong decision on his part. He needed to pay $.89 for the refill, but didn't realize the sign saying so. A cop saw him do it and wrote him a citation for stealing. The man was escorted off the premises and is no longer allowed there, therefore he lost his job. Well, that just sucks! 

UPDATE:  It looks like everyone finally came to their senses and the guy will be let off with just a warning.  The VA released the following statement:

"In reviewing the case, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center has determined a warning in lieu of a citation is sufficient in this case" 
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