The journalist grilled 38-year-old former financial adviser Gabriel Nakhl, who was sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment for engaging in dishonest conduct with investor funds, outside the courthouse.
'These are good hard-working people, Mr Nakhl. You've left them with nothing,' Sylvia said as she trotted after him.
'You've got absolutely nothing to say to them?' she added.
Later in the report, Sylvia was seen interrogating Nakhl on the street yet again.
'Are you sorry for what you did to these families?' Sylvia asked Nakhl.
'Is there anything that you'd like to say to them? You lied to them. You misled them. You stole their money and left them with nothing,' she added.