PCs face dismissal for going to McDonalds instead of immediately attending suicide incidentThe officers went for cups of tea and finished off admin work relating to an earlier incident before making their way to the scene. Two Met PCs are fighting to save their careers after they went for a cup of tea instead of going directly to a woman who had taken her own life.
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