A JAILED conman who swindled £105,000 from three woman he met through the dating site Plenty of Fish has been ordered to pay back £19,300 to two of his victims within the next three months.
Fantasist Zac Langley, 41, who is serving a five year prison sentence, pretended to be a Royal Marine, an Mo D intelligence officer, a successful property developer and a shipping magnate to get the women to part with their money.
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A spokesperson from AFC Bournemouth said the stadium was visited by environmental health officers in February.
Claire Cooper, 34, and her mother Muriel, 60, bought Langley two luxury Range Rovers worth more than £120,000, as well as giving him a further £20,000 for bogus medical fees.
At a proceeds of crime hearing held at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday, it was revealed that when Langley was arrested he had a Hugo Boss wallet containing £550 in his pocked.
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