|The party's over for Ding Qingping who was extradited back to China|
This tale you're about to read reeks of gobs of money, sex and blackmail.
However, Ding was not able to pay the high interest.
On September 28, 2008, he sent all his employees on a holiday in Hainan province, took the company's money and boarded a flight from Shanghai to Canada with his wife, leaving behind his huge debts and an unfinished high-rise in Zhejiang province.
In Canada he obtained residency through an immigration investment scheme. But then he ran out of money and then got vindictive.
He began contacting his mistresses -- note more than one -- back in China, asking to meet him in hotels in Hong Kong and elsewhere, where he secretly taped their sexual encounters and the blackmailed them for money, the report said.
In 2011, mainland police issued a red notice to Interpol requesting member countries to locate and arrest Ding.
He was finally caught in Spain in December, and then earlier this month, a Spanish court agreed to the Chinese authorities' extradition request and was just sent back to China recently.
|Jackie Collins (left) would have loved this tale, right?|
In light of this incident, we mourn the passing of Jackie Collins, who made a name for herself writing titillating tales of sex, money and power.
Surely she would have found stories like this perfect for novel fodder... and they're apparently real!