A MOTHER of two who manipulated approximately £ 88,000 in benefits while living in Spain received more than 950 years to repay the cash.
Jayne Kitching was ordered to pay a rate of just 7.65 pounds a month – which will lead her to 2977 to cancel the debt.
And based on the average life expectancy of 80 years for a woman from her home town of Grimsby who would leave a massive £ 84.683 unpaid, Metro reports.
The 53-year-old supported income support, disability allowance and care allowance, but did not disclose that he had left the country.
In court, the mother of two admitted that she had deceived public revenues between July 2013 and August 2016.
He also admitted to receiving tax credits from HMRC and did not notify the UK authorities that his children had been taken in charge in Spain.
Lawyer, Nigel Clive said: "The money he claimed was used for normal daily living expenses and to pay the Spanish legal teams for his child care requests.
"It wasn't a sumptuous lifestyle."
The courts have heard that they have paid 400 pounds so far.
"Earn £ 2,000 a month now, return £ 7.65 a month and there is no indication that it has any form of assets," said Clive.
At the court he was told that he is currently the registered escort for one of his teenage sons.
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She was sentenced to 12 months in prison, which was suspended for 12 months.
Recorder Abdul Iqbal QC said he was doing it as "an act of mercy to his children" and to prevent them from being taken into custody.
"I hope you are deeply ashamed of your dishonesty," he said.