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The woman came to Taiwan to visit her relatives and help wash her meals. The next day he was taken away by a gendarme | ETtoday Society ETtoday News Cloud




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A man born in a continental state called Chen is a student who exchanges students in Taiwan, and some time they will visit relatives. After arriving in Taiwan in March this year, she borrowed a family name from Lina who opened the restaurant, although the other party said she did not care about the price. He did not want to go to the store to rack food to help but did not expect them to be misunderstood, but yesterday he removed the gendarmerie that violated the "Rules of Taiwan Relations and Land."

When she came to Taiwan, she stayed with her cousins, but she was not used to it. When she returned to her relatives in March this year, she went to Lin's family, and the other cleared her staff salon on the second floor of the restaurant to use it. In addition, it is appropriate to eat at night on the market, but also refuses to charge for accommodation. He felt so embarrassed that he would take the initiative to go down to plow the pot when he had time.

▲ ▼ dishwashing, dishwashing of sponges. (Picture / CFP)

▲ Chen took the initiative to go to the restaurant to help dishwashing, but he misunderstood that he was illegally working and reported. (schematic / CFP, not related to this article)

I do not expect to operate it once. The next day the gendarmerie was running to catch the clock. Chen, who knew he had made a mistake for an illegally employed person, wanted to say that he only visited his relatives to help and did not receive any salary. Restaurant staff also testified that the boss recently told friends and relatives to come and borrow. I work in store for about 10 years or for the first time. It should be that only one employee in the store was busy the day of the incident and was kind enough to help the food.

Prosecutor of State Attorney Shilina visited Chen's women's entry and exit information and found that he had visited Taiwan several times to visit his relatives, and he did not find any evidence of illegal employment or cash compensation, so he did not know that she did not include illegal employment. Finally, according to the lack of evidence, do not sue Lin's last name.

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