Hinah Parekh, 43, claimed that racist abuse from fellow police officers was making her unwell and signed off with depression and stress.*boggle*
She took a total of 848 days off sick - managing an average of only five shifts a month - from her job at Belgravia police station in central London.
Why did they not act sooner? Well, I think we know that, don't we?
Reports suggest that senior officers did not act sooner because they feared they would become embroiled in a damaging race row.Because, of course, this brazen cow had the nerve to use all the cards available to her in Victimhood Poker:
Parekh wept as she supported a tribunal claim of another Asian officer who also claimed he was subjected to racism at Belgravia police station two years ago.Oh, really? Anything else?
The woman officer told central London Employment tribunal: 'I had experienced bullying from colleagues involving calling me names, ignoring me, pushing me to go drinking, publicly humiliating me and being completely insensitive to my religious and cultural beliefs...
...and my obligation as a single parent.'I'm going to go out on a limb here and suggest those 'religious and cultural beliefs' you're so precious about are something other than Methodist.
So it's a bit much to wring your hands and weep bitter tears over the alleged non-respect for your religion when you yourself aren't exactly adhering to it...