Somehow being a private equity real estate professional wasn't exciting enough for Edward Anderton, who has been accused of identity theft by Philadelphia authorities. Anderton is a former analyst with Philadelphia-based Lubert-Adler Real Estate Funds, was reportedly fired earlier this year, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. He holds an undergraduate degree in economics from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania. He is now accused of going on a series of round-the-world trips with his girlfriend, Jocelyn Kirsch, paid for with false credit cards. They were arrested after a neighbor told police her identity had been stolen. Police arranged a sting for Anderton and Kirsch when they attempted to pick up a package at the local UPS store. Photos found on the duo's camera show them horseback riding in the Caribbean, mugging in Paris and luxuriating in a marble bathtub lined with champagne flutes. Police also seized ID-card making equipment and books titled, “The Art of Cheating” and “How to Spot Fake IDs.” We're guessing a bonus is now out of the question.