the former mayor of sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility

the former mayor of sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility
the former mayor of Toulon sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility

Hubert Falco, the former mayor of , is accused of having continued to eat lunch for free for years in the cafeteria of the departmental council, even though he had not been president for more than ten years and of having benefited from home meals and laundry costs at the taxpayer’s expense.

The case was nicknamed “Falco’s Fridge” because his meals were stored in a dedicated refrigerator.

According to investigators, private meals served even on weekends to Hubert Falco and his wife, an employee of the departmental council, would have cost the taxpayer at least 64,500 euros between 2015 and 2018.

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