“I put my heart into it,” said a young Carinthian Lego fan two years ago, explaining how the colorful bricks led him to go astray and end up in prison as a serial cheater. Apparently he didn’t learn anything from this: once again he allegedly cheated other Lego enthusiasts out of a lot of money!
They can be found in almost every children’s room – and have been for generations. But the colorful bricks are more than just toys. Many adults do not buy certain sets for their children, but rather for themselves or as an investment. And those looking for rare items will find them not only at reputable dealers, but also at flea markets and on the Internet. However, things don’t always end well for everyone involved, as a young Carinthian’s clients now have to learn for the second time.
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