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Sorted: A space cowboy.

Byline: Andrew Penman, Michael Greenwood

AT a guess, "zen astrologer" Kuang C Wang is taking the Pisces.

He's sent a pounds 27.90 bill to Leslie Parker of Canvey Island, Essex, for a horoscope, with a threat of legal action if it's not paid.

"They are saying I owe them money for junk I would in no way entertain under any circumstance," says 76-year-old Leslie.

The address Wang gives on his invoice is a PO Box in Camden, North London.

This is registered to Astroscope Ltd, a company whose sole director lives in Germany.

Leslie, rest easy, you are not alone. Trading Standards officers in Camden are on the case.

Wang can make all the threats he likes but courts do not order people to pay money they do not owe.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 8, 2002
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