Ottawa: After the divorce, the wife did not have to pay a large amount as alimony, so a man set fire to 1 million Canadian dollars (about 53 million rupees). This strange phenomenon has come to light in Canada, where businessman Bruce McConville told the court that he extorted money from six bank accounts and set them on fire.
Bruce told Justice Kevin Phillips that he had 6 bank accounts. He took away about 5.3 crores of these accounts in 25 times and burnt them. He also told the court that he had neither any witness nor any evidence to burn these money because it was not something that I usually do. In this case, the court sentenced Bruce to one month in prison for violating his orders.
People could not believe Bruce’s words, but when he showed the receipt of the money withdrawn from all the banks, he was sure. Bruce sold the property and collected the money in which the fire was set. He set his lifetime earnings on fire only because he did not have to pay anything to his wife.
Angered by this act of Bruce, Justice said that this action is irresponsible from a personal and public perspective. The court sent Bruce to jail for 30 days for this sentence. With this, the court has said that he will have to pay $ 2000 to his ex-wife daily, until he presents his fiance before the court.