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"A spokesman for HSBC blamed the security lapse on a fault with the electronic door, and rewarded Oliver by putting £10 in his own bank account."Honesty doesn't pay then, a measely tenner.
Yeah, I've got more than that before when I've handed in money i've found in the cash machine right outside and that was from the woman herself, not the bank!
'Honesty doesn't pay then, a measely tenner'...I was brought up to believe that honesty should never need a reward.G
Had they not have noticed and a bunch of louts got into the Bank they'd have caused a lot more than 10 quid worth of damage.
"I was brought up to believe that honesty should never need a reward"I think it is the HSBC bank that need your preaching not us and certainly not the little boy who found the bank doors unlocked.
If you read my post carefully, you would have realised that my comment was directed at the phrase refering to the tenner as measley.
I have re-read and it still seems like preaching to me. Never mind, another day and someone else for me to misunderstand.
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