- Manila Police District (MPD) Headquarters finds out that one of its volunteers continuously stole from its Honesty Store kiosk inside the office, on July 23.
- Not only were the goods stolen but also the profit amount of more than P10,000 in cash
- Members of the Manila police expressed dismay over the continued occurrence and they are now intending to file theft charges against the volunteer
On July 23, 2018, the Manila Police District finds out via its documented cctv footage that one volunteer in the office has been stealing goods from the Honesty Store. According to them, they suspect that some members of housekeeping might be behind the theft.
KAMI learned about the news ever since it went viral a few days ago all over social media sites. Similarly, netizens are also disappointed about the recent occurrences at the kiosk, which only aims to promote the value of honesty and integrity.
"Overall, this store was a stupid idea. Any of us are capable to do good or evil, only guided or misguided by principles of morality."
"Nakakahiya nakakadismaya napaka tanda na nakuha pa magnakaw kung kelan saglit nalang itatagal ng buhay sa mundo saka pa gumagawa ng mabibigat na kasalanan hays"
"Meron at merong magnanakaw kung may opportunity for whatever reason. I love the idea but it will not work for the long term."
"These are the type of people that we don't need in our society. These are the type of people that ruins society."
According to the Manila police, as they had audited, more that P10,000 cash has been stolen due to frequent presence of suspects at the kiosk.
Aside from above confirmation, the cctv footage caught one volunteer in the act while taking goods out of the shelves and not paying the right any amount at all.
The members of Manila Police District have also expressed disappointment over the issue and are expected to have filed criminal charges against the suspects.
Meanwhile, the Honesty Kiosk still remains open to officers and other employees in the MPD headquarters. The police said that the kiosk is open to both on-the-spot payers and late payers, whom should enlist how much they owe and when to pay the amount.
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