Ten employees have reportedly stolen a million euros worth of parts from a Fiat factory in Italy.

When employees steal things from work, it's never a good thing. Especially, when they fleece the joint for over a €1 ($1.37) million worth of parts.

According to the Torino Repubblica, ten employees at Fiat's Mirafiori plant are under investigation for taking optimized Abarth ECUs and selling them online. Originally priced at €1,500 ($2,060), the thieves were allegedly hawking them for just €300 ($410).

The group likely made a tidy profit, but they were discovered when a number of dealers complained that parts weren't being delivered to them.

Abarth employees under investigation for stealing a million euros in parts - report