Woman in China adulterates pregnant coworker’s drink to prevent her from going on maternity leave

Woman in China adulterates pregnant coworker’s drink to prevent her from going on maternity leave

In China, a government institution employee has been accused of attempting to ‘poison’ her pregnant colleague to prevent her from taking maternity leave. The victim initially noticed a strange taste in her water and suspected tampering, ultimately catching her colleague in the act on video. The accused employee allegedly did not want to deal with increased workload if her co-worker took time off. The incident has sparked outrage on social media in China.

The victim has reported the incident to the police, who are currently investigating the matter. Staff at the organization are waiting for the results of the investigation before taking any action. Legal experts suggest that intent to harm, regardless of actual harm caused, could constitute a crime of injury if proven in court.

The incident has shocked and outraged internet users, with many questioning the moral character of the accused employee. Users have commented on the extreme lengths taken to prevent maternity leave and the lack of empathy shown in this situation. The incident highlights the importance of workplace ethics and moral values in professional settings.

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