Annunziatina Attanasio admits £25,000 benefit fraud
A Cardiff woman has admitted claiming £25,000 worth of benefits after pretending to be severely disabled.
Annunziatina Attanasio, 51, claimed the highest rate of mobility and care for five years before she was caught.
She was filmed walking normally, as well as going down a water slide.
She claimed an amount which, says the Department for Work and Pensions, is meant for "people who are barely able to walk and need round-the-clock care". She will be sentenced on 16 September.
Donna James, DWP's fraud manager for Cardiff and Newport, warned potential fraudsters: "You will be caught."
She added: "We have a realm of investigative techniques that we are able to use and we put those to our best use to bring all these sort of cases before the court."