Romanian let his baby roll in ?40,000 following ?1m cash-machine scam
A fraudster who took a photograph of his baby son surrounded by bank notes stolen in a card-cloning scam was today beginning a five-year prison sentence.
He was convicted yesterday by a jury at Hull Crown Court of cloning more than 2,000 cashpoint cards and milking the victims' accounts.
Some parents give their baby a rattle or a cuddly toy to play with.
Fraudster Adu Bunu presented his nine-month-old son with a mountain of stolen banknotes.
Bunu, who is believed to have made more than ?1million by cloning cashpoint cards, surrounded the child with ?20, ?10 and Euro notes. He then photographed the scene and sent the pictures home to Romania to show how easy it is in England to be literally rolling in cash.