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benjamin pell • camelot castle hotel • conal walsh • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • john mappin • the observer (london, uk) • united kingdom (uk) • william iain jones
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May 6, 2001
Binman Benji sues jewellery empire heir — The Observer (London, UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Conal Walsh
Source: The Observer (London, UK)
He is best known for rummaging through the dustbins of the rich and famous. But Benjamin Pell has betrayed an appetite for Hollywood glory in a bizarre legal action launched against John Mappin, an heir to the Mappin and Webb jewellery empire. 'Benji the binman' has been a legend in Fleet Street since the Sunday Times and other papers began to base exclusives on his smelly but newsworthy discoveries. And when the idea arose to make a movie about his life, ...
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