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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