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    The inquest had heard how co-workers had locked him in a cage, doused him in brake fluid and set his clothes set on fire. Bedford heard details of the abuse suffered, including one occasion when four men held him down while a fifth punched his leg, leaving him with a long-lasting limp. On another, he was taken out on a test drive and made to walk back to the dealership.

    Kindeleit told Thames Valley Police he concluded Cheese had made it up, according to a transcript of an interview which was presented to the inquest. We knew where to draw the line It was not bullying. Bedford stressed the other factors at play, including that Cheese may have feared he was suffering from cancer.

    He very sadly took his own life in His untimely death has been the subject of an inquest which is being heard this week. Jeremy has been a journalist for 30 years, 20 of which have been in business-to-business automotive. If you are not a registered user your comment will go to AM for approval before publishing. To avoid this requirement please login. This story is shocking.

    Synter are somehow 'not to blame'!? The behavior of their staff at Reading is utterly unacceptable - all those who were part of this 'horseplay' should be sacked. It's a depressing indictment of the culture of our industry that an article like this is by its title exonerates Synter from any responsibility.

    Their staff physically abused this chap more than once! Sadly it just reinforces that many employees in this industry are "idiot blokes" with barely three brain cells to rub together. Given that just a couple of weeks ago was Mental Health Awareness week I have not seen a single statement from either Sytner or Audi UK to state serious lessons they have learnt from this truly awful experience.

    It appears from all the statements seen the lad was troubled but far from supporting him they actively carried out these abuses. I thought , believed , assumed that these actions were a relic of the eighties. Sadly this doesn't appear to be the case. So Audi UK and Sytner - What are you going to do to ensure abuse of any employee is stamped out for good?

    What are you going to do proactively to look after employees so bullying is deemed unacceptable? Had made significant changes I dont get this article it sounds too apologetic.

    Yeah, he was worried he might have cancer, so he committed suicide. Surely it wasn't the obvious and blatant bullying and abuse. Locking him in a cage, in a trunk, setting him on fire, telling him to kill himself, etc. They "knew when to draw the line"—I mean obviously they did, it's not like he went and killed himself or anything. This is deeply sad, if what these staff did to their colleague and how they spoke to him, did not cross the line between horseplay and bullying, then where on earth is the line drawn?!

    The big motor retail groups now seriously need to come out of their corporate head office bubbles and have a closer look at what's going on in dealers, both in the workshop and on the sales floor.


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