Nedbank's designer jailbird


Nedbank's designer jailbird

Prison life isn't treating fraudster and ex-partner of Findlay & Niemeyer, André Croucamp, too badly. The usually shapeless orange prison overalls have been tailor-transformed into a trendy fashion statement for prisoner Croucamp. He looks 10 years yonger because all the stress has gone.

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Submitted by : John Louw of Johannesburg on 2010-05-14 08:48:46
They should put a few more lawyers in his cell. Can't think of a better way to utilise the empty space that we the taxpayers have to fund.
 
Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2010-04-29 10:07:15
A good friend is also in jail for white collar crime. They had orange jackets issued but no trousers as there werent any available. The prison had treble the quantity of jackets delivered but no trousers. Apparently A prison tailor fashioned trousers for them from cutting up orange jackets. Necessity is indeed the mother of invention.

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