HE is the very definition of a ‘life of crime’.
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.