Thursday, 9 July 2020

“Mordida” To Cost Tránsito His Job

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A Tránsito (traffic official) who tried to take a bite out the wallet of a driver found himself detained by Judicial officials and could end up losing his job.

The victim said he was asked for ¢5.000 colones “for a coffee” by traffic official, Hernán Soto Córdona, to look the other way.

The driver said he took a snapshot (with his cell phone) of the bill’s serial number and then called judicial police to report the “mordida”, a term in Costa Rica referred to a bribe.

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Judicial officials took the traffic official into custody for questioning and is sure to be charged with corruption.

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