>We’ve talked about people trying to claim other people’s social security after the other person crokes, but in order for us to talk about them, usually they bring the corpse in. This time, the guy actually impersonated his mother for years after she died, dressing in drag, wearing a wig, using a cane, and being accompanied by a man who said he was his? Her? Nephew.
Apparently it was quite the elaborate fraud. But I think the best quote was “I held my mother when she was dying and breathed in her last breath, so I am my mother.” Nice job, Thomas Prusik-Parkin. Nice try, but no cigar.