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Catching fare cheats is what they should be doing, but instead up to six tram attendants in Melbourne are being investigated after being dobbed in for skipping work to watch Shrek 2.
A source said instead of checking tickets - and handing out $100 fines to fare-evaders - the workers were spotted by a Yarra Trams colleague at a cinema.
Yarra Trams chief executive Hubert Guyot said yesterday morning that he was aware of the complaint, and any staff involved would be disciplined.
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