The US has charged a 27-year-old Cameroonian student with exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to scam people into buying puppies that didn’t exist, the justice department said. Fodje Bobga, a university student in Romania, has been arrested. According to BBC, he was charged in the city of Pittsburgh with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, forging a seal of the US Supreme Court, and aggravated identity theft. The website he used in the alleged scheme, www.lovelyhappypuppy.com, has been deleted, the department said. The authorities accuse him of exploiting the social isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic to defraud victims using photos of cute puppies.