Yes three employees, so far at least, have lost their jobs because of sticky fingers. They weren't taken to be sold but were just too eager to get their own copies it seems.
These three worked within UPS a source reveals and apparently more punishments are scheduled for today. Try not to chuckle too hard.
"They're not selling them, these people are stealing one copy," a worker has told website .
"We had tips from people inside, and some of them were discovered at intermediate hubs... it's easy to spot: flaps torn, some boxes are re-taped."
"It's kind of funny, isn't it?" he added. "It's a game about theft, and people are stealing it. And I get to terminate them."
What have we learnt here? Crime doesn't pay? No, that would be a boring. We've learnt not try and cheat gamers out of their GTA copies, bad things can happen.
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