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Tech & Science Toyota manager sues the car company after he was sacked and denied a $400k redundancy payout when he bought his son a slice of pizza on a company credit card

01:26  06 december  2019
01:26  06 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A former Toyota manager is suing the car company for $300,000 after he was sacked for giving his son a slice of pizza he bought on a company credit card.

Greg Sherry, who spent two decades at the company, was fired in March last year, a day before he was due a $379,268 redundancy payout.

The company claims he breached expense rules after taking his wife and two children with him on a business trip to Melbourne in January 2018.

Mr Sherry, from Sydney, paid for their airfares himself but Toyota claims he spent an additional $1,542 on a larger hotel room than normal and also bought his son a meal with company funds, reported The Australian.

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On the final night of the trip, Mr Sherry went out for a meal. He used his corporate card to buy himself a pizza and a drink for $32.50.

His wife used their personal card to buy her and the children food for $50.50.

But near the end of the meal, once Mr Sherry had had enough of his food, his young son ate a slice of leftover pizza, he said.

The group left Melbourne the next day but Mr Sherry was quizzed by his bosses.

He told his manager he only used company funds for his pizza but admitted: 'I think my son had some of it'.

According to documents filed at the District Court of NSW, he claimed the manager then said: 'So you bought a meal for your son? That's a personal expense.'

He claimed to have replied: 'He had a piece of my pizza I wasn't going to eat. I'm not sure you would call that a personal expense.'

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Toyota claims in the court documents that Mr Sherry had stayed an extra night for 'personal purposes' - but he says it is normal for him to stay the night after work trips.

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Mr Sherry claimed the accommodation was more expensive only because the Australian Open was on at the time.

Toyota also alleges Mr Sherry bought a $180 dongle for personal use with the corporate card - but he says it was for work use.

When he was sacked, he was paid out $78,039 and is now seeking $301,228 to bring him up to his full redundancy payout.

A Toyota spokesman said the company 'takes compliance with our code of ethics, and associated policies and procedures, very seriously'.

Mr Sherry said he was Toyota 'through and through' but declined to say more.


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