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Weekend jail leave...
December 23, 2013

A convicted fraudster has discovered it doesn't pay to boast about her good luck on Facebook. Former beauty queen Tafolosa Bloomfield was jailed in Tonga earlier this year for three years after being celebrated it on Facebook. "Today I got picked up by my husband at 8am, heading home to give the kids a surprise," she posted. "You should have seen my children's faces when I walked through the door!" But not all her "friends" were impressed and Matangi Tonga...

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Daughter’s Facebook boast costs former...
February 27, 2014
Hey kids, file this one under things not to do on Facebook. The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out an $80,000 discrimination settlement Wednesday between Gulliver Preparatory School and its case against Gulliver,” Dana Snay posted days later to her 1,200 Facebook friends. “Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT.”...
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Canterbury judge has last laugh after cocky thug Ross Dunn...
February 06, 2014
A cocky thug arrested after a night of crime smuggled a phone into his police cell and posted on Facebook: "See you all in a year or so!" Remorseless Ross Dunn, 21, took a snap inside his a stolen car into other vehicles. A picture inside Canterbury police station posted on Facebook by criminal Ross Dunn Twice he was spotted by householders in Shalmsford Street and...
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Not much to film at the mo, so spending time relaxing! BBC...
August 13, 2013
By | A BBC film crew spent £150,000 of licence fee payers' money during ten days of booze-filled partying in Thailand. The 15-strong team was flown out to a five-star resort in Phuket to film episodes of the BBC Three series Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents. The show follows parents as they secretly watch their children during their first holiday abroad. But the crew were left with an...
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Most expensive...
March 03, 2014

Dana Snay is thought to have cost her dad almost £50,000 with a careless Facebook boast (Picture: AFP/Getty) Could this be one of the most costly Facebook posts ever written? A teenage girl cost her father almost £50,000 after apparently breaching the confidentiality clause of his payout from work. Dana Snay, from Florida in the US, told her 1,200 Facebook friends: ‘Mama and school, could still appeal at Florida’s supreme court. Share on...

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Recruitment firm a bad employer
December 29, 2013
Synlait farm takeover granted extension Talley's lifts Open Country Dairy stake Weekend jail leave canned afer Facebook boast Hampsta switch angers customers Perpetual allowed to bow out
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