SC man lied about positive coronavirus test to get paid vacation

SC man lied about positive coronavirus test to get paid vacation

While many small businesses are taking hits amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Jeffrey Travis Long, 31, took advantage of the epidemic by forging a doctor’s note claiming he had tested positive for the disease for paid sick time. The call center underwent a full five days of disinfecting before Long was caught and finally arrested on charges of breaching the peace and forgery on March 20th.

RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 2 months

I have been waiting for this one XD

Bruce 2 months

Always going to be douchebags in every situation! POS

T.N. Morgan
T.N. Morgan 2 months

SC man? Not Florida Man? 🤔 Hmmm... Ok, I suppose if it were Florida Man, he would purposely GET himself infected with corona virus so he could get paid vacation. Yeah, that sounds more like Florida man. This one did''t go far enough.

Carol 2 months

Too bad Trump isn't being arrested for all the harm he caused so many, even before COVID-19 came into being. And yet, independent citizens catch hell every day for trying to just exist!

Flibbity Dubbity
Flibbity Dubbity 2 months

Gotta give him credit for entrepreneurial spirit. Even it is of low moral character. He should direct his energies into more constructive endeavors. If he did so then I have no doubt that such scamming would not be necessary.

Fin 2 months

It's like fraudulent worker comp claims.. Always a con man. Or woman out there gaming the system

Barry 2 months

Now he's on unpaid vacation

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