Im associated with a complete waste of space, who among his many failings is long term unemployed and obviously claiming benefits. Now theres nothing wrong with this at first glance as the benefit system is there to help those who fall on hard times, however This bloke has admitted on several occasions that hes not interested in working, hes said hes not interested in gaining qualifications to help him gain a job, he seems almost proud of this and prefers to spend all his time just playing computer games (which are obviously paid for by his benefits). I find this kind this kind of attitude disgusting, particularly as my tax money goes towards funding this slob. To top it off this chap spends a lot of time trading on ebay. He sells rank slides (yes hes a walt and his walting goes further than that ) for between £1.50 - £10 depending on the rank and how rare these slides are considered. Its not a lot of money per sale but he appears to be selling quite a lot which obviously adds up. I would define his ebay trading as an extra income, but my question is, would it be considered benefit fraud and if reported would it be taken seriously?