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A San Francisco transit janitor who earned more than $250,000 in one year, was caught hiding for several hours in a closet not working.
Liang Zhao Zhang, earned $57,945 in 2015 for cleaning San Francisco's Powell Street station.

But public records released by Transparent California, show that Zhang also made an additional $162,050 in overtime, bringing his total salary and benefits that year to $271,243, according to an investigation by KTVU.


Zhang's timecard data showed that he worked every day in 2015, and most days he worked overtime.



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San Francisco transit janitor, Liang Zhao Zhang, who earned more than $250,000 in one year, was caught hiding for several hours in a closet not working. He made $57,945 in 2015 for cleaning San Francisco's Powell Street station and an additional $160,000 in overtime







On the first day, Zhang appeared to go into the closet twice, for 54 minutes and 90 minutes. And on the second day, he spent 90 minutes in the closet in the afternoon, and 78 minutes later that evening
He also used some days of paid vacation and holidays in order to get paid for 365 days that year.
Over a two-day period, surveillance video from BART's security cameras, showed Zhang working and completing his daily to-do list, but it also showed him disappearing inside a storage closet for hours at a time, according to the station.


On the first day, Zhang appeared to go into the closet twice, for 54 minutes and 90 minutes. And on the second day, he spent 90 minutes in the closet in the afternoon, and 78 minutes later that evening.
BART has never investigated Zhang's time cards, despite him earning more than $705,000 between 2012 and 2015.


Source:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4198548/California-metro-janitor-250K-caught-not-working.html#ixzz4mOAUGgAD

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