Man accused of providing fake documents for foreign nationals
Defendant faces three counts under Theft and Fraud Act and one for possessing stun gun
Facilitating marriages of convenience was a business that “went through the roof”. Photograph: Getty Images/Fuse
A Mauritian man living in Dublin, accused of using bogus documentation to facilitate marriages of convenience for foreign nationals, was in a business that “went through the roof”, Dublin District Court has heard.
He faces three counts under the Theft and Fraud Act. He is also charged with unlawfully possessing a stun gun disguised as a flashlight.