£591,000 bill for Amazon ‘bomber'
Sunday People|May 09, 2021
Bizarre fraud only netted £1.6k
Adela Whittingham

A STUDENT who posted exploding packages in a bizarre sales scam netted just £1,650 while causing chaos, damage and police probes estimated to have cost £591,000.

Ovidijus Margelis, 26, advertised goods such as Apple watches on Amazon and eBay last year.

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