Colleagues of a new graduate scheme employee at London bank Omega Investment Capital have noted that he ‘really doesn’t like talking about’ his recent gap year in Syria. 
Colleagues of a new graduate scheme employee at London bank Omega Investment Capital have noted that he ‘really doesn’t like talking about’ his recent gap year in Syria. The observation has been made by a number of the banks employees, who have noted that he starts ‘staring at his shoes and looking shifty’ whenever anyone asks questions about what he go up to. 
 
Katy Clarke, who works at the bank as an investment analyst, told us that the new employee ‘completely refuses to provide details’ about his time in Syria, other than saying that it had ‘something to do with religion’. These comments were echoed by Katy’s colleague Jason Andrews, who added that all he’ll say is that he was doing ‘Gods work near Raqqa’ in Eastern Syria, which could mean ‘just about anything’. 
 
Colleagues of the new employee have also noted that his behaviour can be ‘a little strange at times’. For example Jason noted that whenever there’s a ‘loud noise’ in the office he immediately ‘drops to the floor and starts shouting something about American drones’. Jason added that the new employee also seems to have ‘a weird obsession about informants’ and keeps trying to take his colleagues away for interrogation. 
 
Company sources have admitted they should have realised something was unusual from the way the new employees' reference was provided. A source told us that the reference had been transferred ‘by an encrypted source on the dark web’ rather than by email ‘as is the norm’. 
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