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Danny Dyer got conned by a fake Louis Vuitton bag on eBay, according to daughter Dani

Dani Dyer said that her dad's dodgy luggage led to a very awkward mishap at an airport for the former EastEnders star

Danny Dyer got duped by a fake Louis Vuitton bag online, according to his daughter Dani. (Getty)
Danny Dyer got duped by a fake Louis Vuitton bag online, according to his daughter Dani. (Getty)

Danny Dyer experienced an embarrassing luggage mishap at an airport recently after he bought a fake Louis Vuitton bag from an eBay scammer.

Dyer's daughter Dani explained what happened to her dad in an interview on the False Economy podcast — reported via The Sun — and said the situation was "really funny".

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She said: "We were at the airport and my dad turned up saying: ‘I’ve got this really lovely Louis Vuitton bag. It’s only a few years old'.

"Then it just snapped — all his clothes went everywhere. We had to go to a Louis Vuitton store and buy a real one.

Dani Dyer said she found it funny to see her dad fall victim to an online con. (Getty)
Dani Dyer said she found it funny to see her dad fall victim to an online con. (Getty)

"He got conned badly. It was really funny. He said: ‘You live and you learn. Never buy something like that off eBay’.”

The father and daughter duo were jetting off together on the trip to film a new travelogue series they are fronting for E4.

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Dani ended up making a financial error of her own on the same trip when she was handed a €500 (£443) laundry bill.

She confessed: "I thought I’d been conned, but when I looked it was six euros per knicker and 20 for a t-shirt."

Danny Dyer left EastEnders as part of a dramatic storyline aired over Christmas. (BBC)
Danny Dyer left EastEnders as part of a dramatic storyline aired over Christmas. (BBC)

Danny Dyer recently waved farewell to Albert Square as his EastEnders character Mick Carter was killed off after nine years as a part of the show.

The star has dismissed the possibility of a surprise return in the future, brushing off comparisons to Leslie Grantham's Dirty Den, who returned 14 years after supposedly being shot dead.

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He told The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan: "He [Grantham] was skint, he needed to come back. The geezer was on his a***. I don’t fancy it. I’ve done over 1,000 episodes."

Since leaving EastEnders, Dyer has been busy, landing a Netflix quiz show and the lead role in a Channel 5 action thriller filmed in Australia.

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