There are low-key cons, like getting emails from a Nigerian prince who wants to bequest you his entire fortune, or a toothpaste commercial that swears your teeth will be sparkling white after five uses.
Then there are very high-key cons, like converting your home into a police station and pretending to be a cop named “Inspector Lei” to earn some extra cash on the side.
Sound too crazy to be real? Yeah, that’s what I hoped to.
A man in China’s Hubei province, however, was just exposed for operating a two year fraud where he pretended he was a cop and that his flat was a police precinct. He had an elaborate office space and an interrogation room adorned with the Chinese flag. He even went the extra mile to attach a siren to the top of his car.
He would make money by selling fake Public Security Bureau…
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