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Liu told the court he surfed the internet early last year for an online friendship that, he hoped, would blossom into a romantic relationship.

He started chatting to a woman who gave her name as Joy Dlodlo, who said she was a New Zealander caring for her ailing mother in Durban.

At this stage, she offered him 40% of her father’s Trust Fund, supposedly amounting to

At this stage, she offered him 40% of her father’s Trust Fund, supposedly amounting to $1.5m, which translated to about R15m.

Currently, he owns a small PR consultancy in Poland called PR Solutions.

Andrzej has graduated from Journalism, Political Science and Business and Management at Jagiellonian University.

Liu added: “She said she had a house at the Strand, near Somerset West, but lived with her sick mother in Durban.“She asked where I lived, and I said in Cape Town.“She said she wanted to come to Cape Town for a job interview, and to fix her father’s Trust Fund.“She asked if I had a car, and I said yes.“Then she asked me for financial help - she needed R860 for an air ticket to Cape Town, but I only had R600.“She said she wanted to meet me, and I invited her to meet me for coffee in Cape Town.”He said he made the point that he wanted his R600 back when they met in Cape Town.

Asked by prosecutor Juan Agulhas what she wanted to do with the Trust Fund, Liu replied: “I have no idea.”Joy asked him to meet her at the airport in Cape Town, and to take her to the Strand for her interview and to “fix” her father’s Trust Fund Liu told the court: “I was to fetch her at that Monday, at the airport, but she didn’t pitch.“I was very, very angry, and sent her an e-mail.“That Tuesday, she sent me photographs of herself by gmail, and told me a whole story about missing her flight because she had to get her sick mother to hospital for an emergency.“I felt sorry for her, and sent her an e-mail saying how sorry I was about her sick mother.“She sent me another photograph of herself, this time weeping about her sick mother, to convince me.”‘Winning the lottery’The photograph, of a young weeping woman, with long blonde hair, was handed to the court.

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At this stage, she offered him 40% of her father’s Trust Fund, supposedly amounting to $1.5m, which translated to about R15m.Currently, he owns a small PR consultancy in Poland called PR Solutions.Andrzej has graduated from Journalism, Political Science and Business and Management at Jagiellonian University. Liu added: “She said she had a house at the Strand, near Somerset West, but lived with her sick mother in Durban.“She asked where I lived, and I said in Cape Town.“She said she wanted to come to Cape Town for a job interview, and to fix her father’s Trust Fund.“She asked if I had a car, and I said yes.“Then she asked me for financial help - she needed R860 for an air ticket to Cape Town, but I only had R600.“She said she wanted to meet me, and I invited her to meet me for coffee in Cape Town.”He said he made the point that he wanted his R600 back when they met in Cape Town.Asked by prosecutor Juan Agulhas what she wanted to do with the Trust Fund, Liu replied: “I have no idea.”Joy asked him to meet her at the airport in Cape Town, and to take her to the Strand for her interview and to “fix” her father’s Trust Fund Liu told the court: “I was to fetch her at that Monday, at the airport, but she didn’t pitch.“I was very, very angry, and sent her an e-mail.“That Tuesday, she sent me photographs of herself by gmail, and told me a whole story about missing her flight because she had to get her sick mother to hospital for an emergency.“I felt sorry for her, and sent her an e-mail saying how sorry I was about her sick mother.“She sent me another photograph of herself, this time weeping about her sick mother, to convince me.”‘Winning the lottery’The photograph, of a young weeping woman, with long blonde hair, was handed to the court.Prosecutor Juan Agulhas alleges the seven accused created false online dating profiles, and targeted vulnerable victims with whom they built up trust in a grooming process, and then requested money from them for "ostensible emergencies".

.5m, which translated to about R15m.Currently, he owns a small PR consultancy in Poland called PR Solutions.Andrzej has graduated from Journalism, Political Science and Business and Management at Jagiellonian University. Liu added: “She said she had a house at the Strand, near Somerset West, but lived with her sick mother in Durban.“She asked where I lived, and I said in Cape Town.“She said she wanted to come to Cape Town for a job interview, and to fix her father’s Trust Fund.“She asked if I had a car, and I said yes.“Then she asked me for financial help - she needed R860 for an air ticket to Cape Town, but I only had R600.“She said she wanted to meet me, and I invited her to meet me for coffee in Cape Town.”He said he made the point that he wanted his R600 back when they met in Cape Town.Asked by prosecutor Juan Agulhas what she wanted to do with the Trust Fund, Liu replied: “I have no idea.”Joy asked him to meet her at the airport in Cape Town, and to take her to the Strand for her interview and to “fix” her father’s Trust Fund Liu told the court: “I was to fetch her at that Monday, at the airport, but she didn’t pitch.“I was very, very angry, and sent her an e-mail.“That Tuesday, she sent me photographs of herself by gmail, and told me a whole story about missing her flight because she had to get her sick mother to hospital for an emergency.“I felt sorry for her, and sent her an e-mail saying how sorry I was about her sick mother.“She sent me another photograph of herself, this time weeping about her sick mother, to convince me.”‘Winning the lottery’The photograph, of a young weeping woman, with long blonde hair, was handed to the court.Prosecutor Juan Agulhas alleges the seven accused created false online dating profiles, and targeted vulnerable victims with whom they built up trust in a grooming process, and then requested money from them for "ostensible emergencies".