In An Attempt To Get Rid Of A Rat That’s Been Driving Him Crazy, Man Burns Down His House

A Vietnamese man caused his house to go up in flames while attempting to get rid of a rat with a lighter and some gasoline. He told the police that the rat had been driving him crazy so when he finally caught it on Thursday, February 25, he decided to punish it by setting it on fire.
 
On Friday, he poured gasoline on the rat and set it on fire. The burning rat reportedly ran and hid under his car which was parked inside the house.
The car caught fire and soon the whole house was engulfed in flames.The house was completely burnt down by the time firefighters arrived.
Although no one was hurt, Police said the damage has been estimated at billons of dong.

Source: Thanh Nien News

Two Nigerians Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Email Fraud In Vietnam

A Vietnamese court has sentenced two Nigerian men, Christian Nnadike, 34, and Collins Deke, 37, (pictured above) to 12 years each in a Vietnam prison for hacking into emails of local companies, contact the company’s foreign partners and swindle them of their money.The men along with a Vietnamese female accomplice, Le Thi Kim Quyen, 35, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison and another Nigerian, de facto husband of the Vietnamese lady, Mark Mamado Abdallah, 39, who is currently at large, ran a scamming syndicate in Vietnam.

At the court hearing which took play in April, the men and their accomplice were also found guilty of another fraud scheme in which they pretended to be a British friend of two Vietnamese women on Facebook and asked them to send money as shipping fees to receive gifts.

According to prosecutors, the group defrauded many unsuspecting victims of over VND3.3 billion (US$150,000) between April and August 2013. Most of this came from the email hacking scheme.

Prosecutors said over the four months, the vietnamese woman, Quyen and her Nigerian husband, Abdallah hacked into the emails of several Vietnamese companies doing business with foreign companies. They gave the information to Nnadikwe and then Deke, who would later transfer it to another Nigerian man living in Malaysia.

The unknown man in Malaysia then used the compromised email accounts to contact the victims’ foreign partners, asking them to send payments to a bank account opened by Quyen and Abdallah.

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