Crime doesn’t pay

LAST UPDATED: 25 Jan, 2016 @ 14:07
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HE is the very definition of a ‘life of crime’.

ONE WAY TICKET TO JAIL: Goldman AKA Del Monte waits for train to court this morning with suitcase packed for jail
ONE WAY TICKET TO JAIL: Goldman AKA Del Monte waits for train to court this morning with suitcase packed for jail

Nigel Goldman began conning in his early 20s, and no amount of fines and prison sentences have changed him.

He once wrote of his younger days: “I’m making a good living. I’m dressing well. I’m drinking well. I’m screwing well.”

Now he is 58, living in a care home with a tag on his leg, his passport confiscated and a trial in Spain looming.

It’s fair to say his life of crime has NOT paid off.

He’s not making a good living, his health is in jeopardy and any friends he once had have totally rejected him.

If Goldman’s anything to go by, a life of selfish, arrogant crime certainly doesn’t pay.



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