The Associated Press
RIO DE JANEIRO — The Brazilian newspaper O Globo is reporting that a doctor in Sao Paulo was arrested after being caught in the act of using fake fingers made of silicone and imprinted with real finger prints to defraud a hospital's biometric punch-in clock.
Ferraz Vasconcelos Hospital paid the director $2,400 per month to participate.
Ferreira will face charges of falsifying a public document and could get two to six years in prison.
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