Joan Pujol Garcia spent time working in a hardware store, a movie theater, and even trained to be a chicken farmer, but the job he was really good at was spying. He worked out a plan to infiltrate the German spy system and then go back to the British and offer to be a double agent. Pujol made up a new identity. He posed as a pro-Nazi who worked for the Spanish government. By watching British newsreels and reading travel guides, newspapers, and magazines, Pujol was able to create convincing spy reports. He told the Nazis he was traveling around Great Britain recruiting new spies. He even turned in expense reports based on train fares published in an English railway guide. The information Pujol was sending the Nazis was mostly fiction with enough harmless facts to make the reports believable. He told about troop movements across the English countryside and mentioned a variety of military units.