The sad thing is that there are quite a few people who do this exact same thing, and then brag about "how they fooled PMI" and became a PMP without the necessary project management experience.
Remember if and when you become a PMP (if you pass the test) your are bound by the PMI code of ethics, which, from your question, I see that you have none.
Faking a project management experience can be easily done, but does that make you a real PMP (if you pass)? I don't think so.
I think PMI needs to be more diligent on verifying the experience, but, in all cases, I think it's impossible for them to verify everyone's experience, especially when some people (including yourself) partner up with their employer to fool the system.