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Dyn yn dwyn bron i 500,00 Ewro o wahanol gyfrifon banc - mond i brofi pwynt!
Basically, this guy claims to have defrauded several banks and Caixas (savings banks) of €492,000, purely in order to prove how easy it was to do. He used the money to publish 200,000 copies of his free newspaper, Crisi, which denounces the world financial system for inefficiency, dishonesty, living in a make-believe land and causing poverty and famine throughout the world. The money not spent on the Crisi newspaper project was given to charities and NGOs.Tydy'r ail stori ddim cystal ag oedd ei phennawd The real life Robin Hood was a banker? yn gaddo.
The real-life Robin - or Benedict Hancock as he is otherwise known - was sent to prison today after it emerged he took millions of pounds from rich clients' accounts and gave it to needy customers.
Hancock channelled more than £7 million into the accounts of troubled companies without any "direct financial gain" according to a judge at Blackfriars Crown Court.
The court was told that the 39-year-old father of two did this because he "wanted the companies to do well, for their sake rather than his."
Hancock - who like his mythical counterpart is from Nottinghamshire - worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland as senior relationship manager.