Man bought am­bu­lance and faked qual­i­fi­ca­tions

The Daily Telegraph - - News -

A fan­ta­sist who lied about be­ing a qual­i­fied am­bu­lance tech­ni­cian to be paid to look af­ter sick and in­jured peo­ple has been jailed for three years.

Marc Wolff, 40, from Port­slade, Brighton, bought his own am­bu­lance and equip­ment, and faked doc­u­ments and uni­forms to pre­tend he was a gen­uine med­i­cal pro­fes­sional.

He broke down when a judge told him his whole per­sona was a fraud and there was a real risk created by treat­ing peo­ple when he was not qual­i­fied.

Judge Shani Barnes told him: “The po­ten­tial dan­ger is im­mense.”

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