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A former Australian soccer professional and stylish Instagram playboy was sent to prison Monday for travel insurance fraud.
Million Butshiire, a 25-year-old former player for the Perth Glory team, didn’t fall while on vacation in his native Democratic Republic of the Congo and didn’t need medical care or an airborne hospital transport, according to the newspaper West Australian.
But forged medical documents said otherwise, leaving a travel insurer to foot Mr. Butshiire’s hotel bill — among other items he intended to pay for with the $120,000 in fraudulent claims filed.
Mr. Butshiire collected close to $30,000 from his insurer before the scam became apparent. The money “fed his desire for the high life but led him to swap his Hugo Boss suit and Gucci loafers for prison greens,” the newspaper reported.
Pop singer Richard Marx saved the day on a Korean Air flight when he helped subdue an unruly and drunk passenger who was recorded assaulting flight attendants and passengers in late December.