Thursday, 3 February 2020


What does a blue-blood English Viscount's son and Dublin second-hand car dealer have in common? They're both convicted fraudsters. Michael Fogarty was in Dublin Circuit Court today where he admitted bouncing a company cheque for €7,000 and he's now got five months to pay it back. He used the cheque to pay for a car knowing there were no funds in the account. Alexander, the son of the 4th Viscount of Trenchard did much the same with his Tesco company credit card running up a bill of st£350,000 to pay for his loss-making music festival at the family seat in Hertfordshire. His family paid the cash back to Tesco, but he also got 30 months in jail. Read here.


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