Mohammed Lachiri was accused of stealing a £72 bottle of Giorgio Armani aftershave, when he was stopped by security staff, he gave a false name, address, date of birth and also denied he was a police officer, he now faces a public police appeals tribunal.
What do you think of this DC 2313 Don Kenyon? Remember what you told me “police officers don’t tell lies we have good jobs”!
Mohammed Lachiri was found not guilty at court of stealing the aftershave but was sacked from the force because he gave false details to security staff; Mohammed should a member of the public give a police officer false details when stopped for an offence you don’t need Michael Creamer to remind you of this, but this is perverting the course of justice. When it suited you, you denied being a police officer, now sacked and no job, you want to be a police officer again
Get over it Mohammed, you’re sacked and don’t deserve a pension.