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All my friends love it though - they talk about it all the time.'A spokesperson for Facebook confirmed that Mr Walker had been suspended as some of his posts with the scammers breached their anti-bullying policy.Former Gladiators presenter John Fashanu was locked up in a Nigerian cell with 200 other prisoners after being accused of a land scam, it has been claimed.Get started with browsing a truly special collection of videos which will grant extra access to a wide number of fake celebrities porn clips.No matter your preferences, you will find this section more than hot as it will provide a lot of fake celebs nudity scenes and fetish porn moments in a great deal of adult clips.Watch them acting slutty, posing nude and fucking like whores in a great collection of videos which is set to provide the finest XXX.Only tall bitches avid for cock and moody to smash the inches into each of their cramped holes.David Walker pretended to be a lady called Julian Le Flange when he was approached by a man from Nigeria who claimed to love 'Julian' and asked for money so he could 'fly to Britain to be with her'.He even had help from his elder daughter who put make-up on him, pictured After Mr Walker posted the images of their conversation online, the self-declared religious pastor was bombarded with hundreds of prank messages from other Facebook users and ended up begging him to tell people to stop harassing him.
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Mr Walker, from Newcastle, said: 'I was inspired to start doing this because I have a good friend whose mother unfortunately fell victim to one of these scammers and she lost thousands of pounds.'Unfortunately lots of people do get stitched up by these conmen.
She was very embarrassed about what happened and it had a very negative effect on her.
In June last year, he hit the headlines with a similar prank in which he got revenge on a con-artist by pretending to go along with their dodgy 'business venture' over dozens of hilarious messages and even persuaded him to agree to a dinner DATE.
Mr Walker said: 'Anyone who falls victim to these conmen would lose their money but they would also suffer the embarrassment of having fallen for something like this. It really can have a terrible effect on someone.'I hope that by doing it some of them might get put off from doing it if I cause them enough hassle.