They should’ve just swiped left…
Shimon Hayut is wanted by authorities after he defrauded a number of Scandinavian women, making them believe that he was the son of multimillionaire Israeli Lev Leviev.
Shiman, or “Simon” as he was called, fooled women in Norway, Finland, and Sweden, inviting them to luxury hotels, fancy dinners, and private jets, but convincing them to exchange the opulent favors, in which he would pay them back.
Hayut has been on the run since 2011 after he stole a check form a family member while babysitting their child. Hayut has already served three years in prison for fraud.
Some of Hayut’s close friends “were busted in a massive smuggling ring and an employee mysteriously plummeted to her death from his high-rise Tel Aviv office building”, according to Times Of Isreal.
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