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Insurance cheat ‘who couldn’t exercise after car crash’ caught out by pics of her after climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge

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AN INSURANCE cheat who claimed a car crash left her unable to exercise was caught out by posting photos after climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Insurance worker Lois Cartridge, 24, even finished a 5k obstacle race the same day she was examined by a doctor.
Insurance cheat Lois Cartridge claimed she couldn't exercise after a car crash but was caught out when she posted photos climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge3Insurance cheat Lois Cartridge claimed she couldn’t exercise after a car crash but was caught out when she posted photos climbing the Sydney Harbour BridgeCredit: Champion NewsCartridge also posted pictures of her swimming with dolphins a month after the crash3Cartridge also posted pictures of her swimming with dolphins a month after the crashCredit: Champion NewsShe suffered minor soft tissue injuries as a back seat passenger in a road accident in November 2018.
But she exaggerated her symptoms to boost her compensation claim — saying “restricted movement” left her unable to clean, cook, drive or swim.
Alarm bells rang when Liverpool Victoria, the insurer of the other motorist, scoured her social media.
It found a post about her going shopping and on a dinner date the day after the prang, and she put up pictures of her swimming with dolphins a month later.
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Paul Higgins, for LV, told Judge Richard Pearce: “On June 1, 2019, notably that same day she was medically examined, she posted a status update stating, ‘Soo…we completed the 5k inflatable run this morning’.
“On June 16, she posted an update at Bridge Climb Sydney stating, ‘Time to climb the bridge’ and was tagged in another stating, ‘Cool night doing the Sydney Bridge climb’.”
Cartridge of Bournemouth, admitted exaggerating her symptoms.
She was given a suspended 16-week jail term and ordered to pay £20,000 in legal costs for contempt of court at the High Court in London.
Cartridge climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the same month she was medically examined3Cartridge climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the same month she was medically examinedCredit: Getty – ContributorJudge Pearce said: “This is exaggeration, not invention.
“I have been impressed with her apology to the court and I take into account that this finding will have serious financial consequences for her.”

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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