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  • #71817

    beedar
    Participant

    It’s inevitable she’ll do it to someone one day and get totally battered

    #71811

    justjojo2011
    Participant

    Very true. The question is though, will it stop her?

    @beedar 18135 wrote:

    It’s inevitable she’ll do it to someone one day and get totally battered

    #71818

    beedar
    Participant

    Depends who she picks on, I know one or two that would stop her permanently

    #71834

    Travis Bickle
    Participant

    Maybe send her AND some of our other dozen or so “known characters” onto a Wrexham based reality show?
    Possibly…
    “I’m a Wrexlebrity – Get me a Fix” in the Erddig Jungle
    or
    “Wrexlebrity Big Bother” in the Y Wern flats.

    #71812

    justjojo2011
    Participant

    I read this morning that she was arrested last night?

    #71830
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
    Participant

    The similarity to ‘Who’s Coat Is That Jacket?’, is uncanny.

    #71837

    Mike B
    Participant

    Hi All
    I am glad I found this forum. I was approached by the lady on Bradley Road in Wrexham a few weeks ago. It was around 10.30pm and she first of all asked me if I spoke English. She then asked if I had my Mobile on me. I said No and was then asked for 60p. I again said No and she went over to another person who had just parked up a few feet away.

    I am glad I have found out that she was a con artist and feel awful that one day this could be a genuine need of help.

    #71815

    oldboy744
    Member

    She’s at it again today.

    #71825
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
    Participant

    I bet she just had a slap on the hand then.

    #71838

    asteve76
    Participant

    @rondetto 18085 wrote:

    Reading the headlines about this woman approaching people in the town reminded me. Yesterday the same woman approached me and asked If I had a mobile phone she could borrow to make an urgent call.
    I’ve seen many scams both here and abroad and can usually tell a fake request from a genuine one. I told her I didn’t have a phone, of course I do and watched her as she went around other people. Be warned she will do a Usain Bolt as soon as she gets hold of your phone.

    This kind of reminds me of the time, a few years ago, when a BMW pulled up by me when I was outside the TSB on Priory Street, with two dark gentlemen inside.
    One rolled down the window and asked if I wanted to buy a watch for £50.
    I declined of course, but it just goes to show that these people are out there.

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