Shoplifter gets job after police officer buys him interview clothes

Shoplifter gets job after police officer buys him interview clothesA policeman who bought a would-be shoplifter clothes for an interview has revealed he got the job. Constable Niran Jeyanesan arrived to arrest a potential thief at a Walmart in Toronto, but decided to buy the 18-year-old the clothes after hearing what he wanted them for. Mr Jeyanesan was intrigued because the man was attempting to steal a shirt, socks and tie.


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