TaxAdministrationSixties star in trouble after publishing tax inspector details

Sixties star in trouble after publishing tax inspector details

Wayne Fontana facing police action

Sixties crooner Wayne Fontana is
facing possible police action after he published the home addresses of a VAT
inspector and an insolvency practitioner on his blog.

Fontana, whose real name is Glyn Ellis has spent the last two years
repeatedely attacking HM Revenue &
Customs
after becoming involved in a dispute with the taxman.

Fontana, whose hits included Game Of Love and Pamela Pamela, lists grievances
against various authorities that have chased him for money, calling insolvency
practitioners ‘government-appointed thieves’.

The Daily Telegraph reported a
spokesman for Revenue & Customs as saying: ‘We take the safety of our staff
very seriously, including any threats against them.’

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