Video Catches Man 'Fake Falling' in Order to Sue Restaurant

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February 01, 2019Feb 01, 2019

A man from New Jersey has just been caught trying to pull off a major scam inside a restaurant. However, the man never imagined he would be caught on camera.

The man was caught putting ice on the floor. He then pretended to slip on the ice. Now, officials have revealed that it was all part of an elaborate scam to get money from the company.

"Alexander Goldinsky was charged with one count each of insurance fraud and theft by deception for allegedly filing a fake insurance claim for a staged slip-and-fall he orchestrated at a Woodbridge company, according to a news release from Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey," wrote USA Today.

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"Between Sept. 1 and Nov. 1, 2018 Goldinsky allegedly filed a fake insurance claim for ambulance service and treatment he received at a local hospital for injuries sustained at a Woodbridge business, according to the news release," wrote USA Today.

It's clear that he was trying to fake the fall in order to profit off the insurance money. This is sad to see but great that he was caught!

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