Taiwanese Student's Frostbite Fraud Exposed

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A Taiwanese university student attempted to defraud insurance companies by claiming he lost his feet to frostbite. However, investigators discovered that he had soaked his feet in dry ice for over 10 hours to fake the condition.

A Taiwan ese university student attempted to defraud insurance companies by claiming he lost his feet to frostbite. However, investigators discovered that he had soaked his feet in dry ice for over 10 hours to fake the condition.

The student conspired with a former classmate to orchestrate the fraud, taking out multiple insurance policies before staging the incident. The authorities have obtained evidence of the fraud, and the student now faces legal consequences.

Source: News Formal (newsformal.com)

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