By John Miller
Friday the 1st of December, 2017
Westpac Bank, which routinely steals money from everybody in Australia, has found out that there’s no honour among thieves, when a Malaysian student found out she had a bank error in her favour, and decided to dip her greedy little hand into the pot and go on an 11-month SHOPPING BENDER in 2014 and 2015.
When she found out police were trying to contact her about the money, the brazen thief obtained an emergency Malaysian passport, but was arrested in May 2015 at Sydney’s Kingsford-Smith Airport as she tried to board a flight to Malaysia.
Heh. Westpac took almost a year to figure out that it was furnishing Christine Jiaxin Lee, a 21-year-old Malaysian resident who was studying at Sydney Uni, with that Lotto life.
Q: What did Christine Lee spend one year’s worth of Christmas bonus for a Director of an Australian bank on anyway?
A: Designer handbags, clothes, jewellery, mobile phones and a vacuum cleaner.
The top brands for the Malaysian student who has everything in 2015? Hermes, Chanel and Dior, bitches!
Malaysia’s most recent millionaire, who was also bright enough to send two million bucks to overseas banks, but not bright enough to put anything into a Bitcoin wallet, has managed to escape jail, but only because there isn’t any group of twelve people in Australia that isn’t comprised of people who can’t recall some time in which their lives or the life of somebody they know wasn’t ruined by the greed of an Australian bank.
Recently another chemical engineering student got away with withdrawing $2.1 million from ATMs, after his case was also thrown out of court, because we dead set serious HATE our banks.
Christine Lee plans to move back to Malaysia following the outcome of the case.
No word from the Malays as to when they plan to cut off her hand for stealing.
Full disclosure: John Miller’s IRL name is Frank Faulkner. I’m an Aussie and when I’m not obsessing about Conservative politics or defending Trump I also enjoy various sports and Christian activities.