Pets at Home deputy manager caught stealing - so told boss ‘shove the job up your f****** a***.’

Pets at Home deputy manager caught stealing - so told boss ‘shove the job up your f****** a***.’
 

The deputy manager of a pet shop has admitted stealing while his boss was away on holiday.
Neil Dyason was acting manager of the Pets at Home store in Dewsbury when he pocketed the cash from fake refunds.
And when he was caught, the 43-year-old told his colleagues to shove the job and walked out.
Dyason, of Market Street, Heckmondwike, pleaded guilty to four charges of theft by employee when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court.
The offences occurred between June 8 and 13 while Dyason was left in charge the Railway Street shop while the store manager was on holiday.
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3 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 30
Source: Examiner
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