Man bought ambulance and faked qualifications
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.”