A Chinese man who impersonated a CEO to date 18 university students and duped them of money has been arrested.
A 40-year-old Chinese man, Tian Fusheng, has been arrested and charged to court for impersonating a 28-year-old CEO on an online platform, QQ, to enter into an romantic relationships with 15 female university students, two of them living in the same room, reports Mail Online.
Funsheng who has an 18-year-old daughter, the court heard, also scammed 350,000 Yuan (£35,500) off eight women he dated
The unemployed man Funsheng is reported to have posed as the CEO of a luxury fashion company to meet young women.
He would then invite the young women to his home, have sex with them and promise to marry them. Three of the 15 women are reported to have got pregnant by him.
He allegedly got money from the women by saying his business had cash flow problems, and that his mother was terminally ill.
Things began to unravel for Funsheng when two of his girlfriends turned up at his home in June last year at the same time while he was out. When they got chatting they were shocked to realise they shared the same boyfriend.
Using the QQ website, the two young women were then able to find other women who had also been dating the man.
The furious women decided to go to the police to have the love rat arrested for fraud.