Thursday, 13 January 2011

Swedish landlord pays tenants to inform on smoking neighbours

In a non-smoking private apartment block in northern Sweden, the landlord wishes to offer cash incentives for information on which tenants are breaking the rules: a move criticised by a tenants' association leader.

Bad move. Paid informers are among the least credible. Niclas Sundell of the Swedish Union of Tenants is quoted extensively explaining how unwelcome and unwise this plan is, and the landlord has no comment to make to the reporter.


Anonymous said...

SPIES AND LIES, are the the foundations of GLOBAL TOBACCO CONTROL.

Belinda said...