A Wannabe rapper Abdel Ghadia aka Slimmy has mistakenly transferred AU$ 760,000 to his bank account.
Aspiring Rapper Abdel Ghadia
On Monday, an aspiring rapper Abdel Ghadia, age 24 was sentenced to 18 months behind bars at Burwood Local Court, western Sydney according to MailOnline.
A couple from Sydney named Tara Thorne and Corey Brooks is hoping for a new house to stay in at the city’s northern beaches but unfortunately, they lost everything in a snap! after being tricked by a swindler that directed to Ghadia’s bank Account. Moreover, The couple confidently believed that they were only communicating with their mortgage broker by email, and were unaware that his account had been hacked.
Woke up Behind Bars
The aspiring rapper uses the money and proceeds on investing almost $600,000 of gold bullion at one store in Sydney, plus more than $110,000 at a separate Brisbane store, where he also bought expensive coins. However, In Ghadia’s defense he told police in Australia that he “just woke up and saw the money transferred to his account” and “wanted to give gold to someone I loved”, Sydney’s Daily Telegraph reports. Furthermore, The court showed documents that do not indicate that Ghadia was involved in the money transfer.