The video was made in 1990, but it was not uploaded to the Internet until 2009. A mystery developed about who the man was, with theories centering on Hungarian chess player Paul Charles Dozsa known for his dine and dash exploits. […] As it turned out, the police arrested the wrong man in a case of mistaken identity; they thought he was “an international criminal.
That’s really not true. I actually did think he was dead before I saw this video. Every time I ever saw this video, it was repeated that he was actually dead. So this was news to me. “Awesome” is a hard sell for me. This guy is entertaining from a distance because of his theatricality, but like any other scammer, it would be absolutely awful to have to personally deal with him.
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