employees at financial services provider Prudential have been sacked after
their e-mail conversations allegedly showed they had been dealing drugs at
two workers, believed to be a man and a woman, from Prudential’s head office in
Stirling, were dismissed after
the company deciphered specially coded e-mails.
others have been subject to disciplinary action after the Prudential’s bosses
launched an investigation into the matter, according to the Daily Record.
six were accused of being involved in the drug dealing after their names were
found on the alleged dealers’ e-mail lists, the newspaper said.
Scottish police, who reportedly found quantities of amphetamines, cannabis and
ecstasy at the couple’s home, are now investigating