French railways employee paid 5,000-euro monthly salary 'to stay at home'

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Charles Simon demands compensation after his career was put on ice in 2003 when he was sidelined for revealing huge fraud in the company.

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An employee of France’s national rail operator SNCF has revealed being paid 5,000 euros (£3,550) per month to do absolutely "nothing" for 12 years, reports The Telegraph.