Police in Queensland, Australia will be banned from accepting free or discounted burgers and doughnuts under new anti-corruption reforms threatening to cause divisions within the force.

The Queensland Police Service will activate a revamped gratuities policy on July 1, but the police union is preparing to help officers circumvent it. This also bans “blue-light taxis” where police cars are used to give free lifts to colleagues.

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