MAN DENIED TRICKING 92-YEAR-OLD INTO PAYING FOR FAKE JAB
A person has denied allegedly tricking a 92-year-old lady into paying for a faux Covid-19 vaccine.
David Chambers, 33, pleaded not responsible to 2 counts of fraud by false illustration and one cost of battery throughout a plea and trial preparation listening to at Kingston Crown Courtroom on Friday morning.
His alleged sufferer is claimed to have allowed him into her house in Surbiton, south-west London, on the afternoon of December 30 after Chambers allegedly stated he was there to manage the Covid-19 vaccine.
Based on the court docket indictment put to the defendant, Chambers allegedly made a sequence of false representations to the girl, specifically that he had been despatched to manage a coronavirus jab, that he gave her one and that she wanted to pay a payment for receiving it.
For a similar date, Chambers faces a cost of assault by beating in opposition to his alleged aged sufferer.
On January 4, he’s additionally accused of allegedly falsely claiming that the 92-year-old owed him an extra £100.