TaxAdministrationHMRC office japes unmasked

HMRC office japes unmasked

Facebook page pokes fun at taxpayers

It seems working at HM Revenue & Customs may not be the dry humourless
experience we once might have thought.

Reports and pictures have emerged this morning of HMRC staff passing at least
some of their time at work constructing face masks and having their pictures
taken wearing them, the
Daily
Mail reports
.

The Mail says that at least one employee took pictures to post on his
Facebook page. The page, apparently now unavailable, also included links to
cartoons on Youtube brutally sending up the callers to HMRC call centres.

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