A DRUG DEALER from Glasgow in Scotland has been heavily criticized for not having paid any National Insurance contributions since 1998, it has emerged.
The dealer who cannot be named for legal reasons quit working on building sites to begin a new career in selling narcotic substances but taxpayers have hit out after learning he hasn’t paid a single penny into the system despite raking in tens of thousands by dealing in crack from his mum’s house.
News of the dealer’s exploits emerged after Amazon and Starbucks came under heavy fire for not having paid any tax whilst trading in the United Kingdom.
One irate taxpayer fumed: “When this guy decides to retire it will be my hard-earned money that will go towards supporting him. It’s an absolute disgrace, making all that money in this country and not contributing.”
When questioned about Amazon and Starbucks not paying any tax, a staggering 100 out of 100 people confessed they had an Amazon Prime account and drank at least 10 litres of Starbucks coffee each week.
Out of 100 people, 48 said they had their drug dealer’s number on speed dial.