Chrysler fires 13 over lunch beer drinking report


DETROIT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group on Monday fired 13 workers at the same auto plant visited by President Barack Obama this summer, after a local television station report showed some of them drinking on their lunch breaks. Two other workers were suspended for a month without pay, the automaker said in a statement. Acting on a tip, a Detroit Fox News affiliate's cameras and reporter captured workers from the Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly Plant drinking beer and, in some ...

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