A purge-victim Turkish judge is trying to rebuild his life after he was fired from his job with a government decree issued under post-coup emergency rule in 2016.

However, he still can’t quite move on with his life yet as he ends up getting a job as a stallholder on the market.

The purge-victim judge, Mehmet Köroğlu is selling oranges for $15 (TL 90) a day.

More than 145,000 people have lost their jobs as part of the government’s post-coup crackdown own its critics. It has become common occurrence that teachers, academics, journalists who were impacted by the crackdown shifted to low-profile positions to earn their livings.