Bobbi Ehsan of Loxham Road, Chingford, was caught by Barking and Dagenham Council enforcement officers during a routine visit to Dagenham Sunday Market on June 17, 2018.
Doing what? Why, selling knock-off designer gear
In total, officers seized 381 fake replica football kits and Calvin Klein briefs.
Ehsan - a staff governor and senior teacher at New City College in Poplar High Street - was ordered to pay £14,490 under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2020, £4,339 to Barking and Dagenham Council and a victim surcharge of £20 at Snaresbrook Crown Court on February 26.
She must be on a pretty good salary there. Why would she need
the extra income?
Because for some people whatever they earn it's never enough to satisfy their greed.
And there was I, thinking that selling knock-off designer gear was the whole point of markets.
That is indeed bizarre.
Which sounds similar to 'bazaar', the kind of place where you buy replica Calvin Klein underpants...
"Because for some people whatever they earn it's never enough to satisfy their greed."
I wonder if she used the extra cash to stock up on toilet rolls..?
"And there was I, thinking that selling knock-off designer gear was the whole point of markets."
Not any more!
"Which sounds similar to 'bazaar'..."
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