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Viewers watched as Simon Leviev, the "Tinder Swindler", travelled in private jets, ate at the fanciest restaurants and drove luxury sports cars after he persuaded women to loan him money which he never repaid.
In one early scene in the documentary, Simon and Cecilie Fjellhoy, one of his victims who met him after matching with him on Tinder and meeting up for a date in London, travel to Sofia in Bulgaria for a business trip.
Simon told Cecilie that the trip would be via private jet and she documented the journey with intimate videos from the jet.
Writing on Reddit, one viewer shared: "Did anyone notice the clip of the Emirates seat at the start of the documentary? It was supposed to be the private jet but I know it was an emirates first/business class seat.
Another Tinder Swindler viewer agreed with the theory, and responded with: "I noticed that too. They showed Emirates seat in two different pictures I think."
However the upholstery is identical to that of the Emirates Executive private jet, with the same coloured seats and the three-cushioned headrests clearly visible.
Emirates declined to comment when contacted by Tyla.
The film explores how Hayut posed as a billionaire's son on Tinder to defraud women out of hundreds of thousands of pounds.
It hears from three of his victims - Cecilie , who was in a relationship with Hayut and gave him around $200,000 (£148,000) in savings and bank loans; Pernilla Sjoholm, who was a close friend of Hayut's - and is still paying off the debts accrued during their friendship - and Ayleen Charlotte, who had been with Hayut for 14 months when she read a newspaper article revealing his true identity.
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