British cousin, Marie Auma, is suing the Metropolitan police for compensation of a whooping 64.5million for fatting next to her citing she was subjected to bullying and humiliation according to Guardian news.
He stated that the officers conspired over her including two employees who fatted next to her in the police station. She said the ‘conspiracy against her’ began when she was denied work leave to visit her brothers’ grave after they died in a car crash in Kenya in 2007.
She told the court Auma had been branded a troublemaker in the force’s “rumour mill” after she complained at being denied leave to visit Kenya after her brothers’ accident.
his lawyer Mensah said: “Most of the behaviour was open. The passing of wind at her desk in an open plan office is an attempt to belittle her and humiliate her.”
When the officer was moved to another unit the number of memos which Marie had to deal with increased.
Mensah told: “There was clear evidence before the defendants that she was suffering stress, causing her ill health, and she attributed that to the bullying and harassment that she complained of.”
EDITOR ; CHARLES OSEKO
SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN NEWS