Gary Glitter underwent £15,000 NHS knee surgery despite patient waiting four months
POP paedo Gary Glitter underwent £15,000 knee surgery at an NHS hospital — patients had to wait over four months for surgery.
Perverts were given their own concubines and monitored 24 hours a day prison Officer last November.
And the 78-year-old fiend was disgusted by his “perverse” antics and demeaning stories of his life abroad where he abused a young girl.
The move was denounced last night as “totally unfair” by one of the hundreds of patients who had to wait for surgery.
Glitter Last week, he was returned to prison after The Sun on Sunday revealed how he scrounged his smartphone in search of the dark web at a bail hostel.
However, it was revealed that he had spent five nights at Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester, handcuffed to his bed and accompanied by two guards.
A source said last night, “Glitter seemed to come right in and there was a room waiting for him.
“I didn’t know how long he had been waiting in prison for surgery, but it was all pre-arranged.”
he was booked under his real name Paul Gadd.
was a prisoner at the time HMP The Verne, Dorset.
staff were told not to mention his vices crimeor treat him differently than other patients.
However, they were also instructed to remove their surnames from their badges and warned not to reveal personal information to him.
Our source said, “No one could believe the treatment he was receiving and he seemed to enjoy the attention.
“Glitter was very chatty and cheerful and very friendly while he was there. He asked quite a few questions about the staff, especially the young female staff.
“He shined a light on a very attractive young female nurse and felt sick. He also talked quite a lot about going abroad and said he had a great time in Cambodia and Vietnam. I got
“He didn’t regret what he did.”
Staff were told to avoid physical contact with him.
A source said: “Glitter also joked that the ‘service’ in the hospital was better than in prison. He spent most of his time sitting in bed chatting and reading. rice field.
“He had surgery because of his age and his knee was degenerating. bottom.”
a Ministry of Justice According to sources, prison bosses had to provide prisoners with the same medical care as other people.
Last night Conservative MP Chris Lauder for West Dorset, the constituency where the hospital is located, said: “Hopefully Glitter will be nowhere in West Dorset, let alone the local hospital.
“He should definitely not have routine surgery before locals who have waited a long time for treatment.”
Ann NHS Knee surgery typically costs around £15,000.
glitters Security details and travel would have added thousands to the bill.
In one year, 185 people waited longer than 18 weeks after being referred for knee surgery at Dorset County Hospital, according to the latest NHS statistics.
movement of Glitter undergoing surgery was criticized arthritis Victim Rob Martinez, 66.
The former insurance consultant underwent surgery on both knees in October 2019.
He waited a year for surgery on his right knee and another six months for surgery on his left knee.
Rob, who lives in Sandhurst, Berks, said, “The preferential treatment Glitter has received is completely unfair. How the hell did he let it hang? He was allowed to slip through the net and straight into it.” That’s terrifying.”
former with the police Detective Mike Haymes, who launched the police’s Pedophile Unit, said:
Last week I told you how Glitter – was released last month – was found browsing his smartphone in a hostel while out on bail. Revealed how the devil talked about search engines and referred to them using the “onion” or the dark web.
It triggered a probe – and saw Glitter I remember Monday night.
It is understood that the authorities were monitoring glitters Do remote phone work before making the decision to put him back in jail.
He is being held at Winchester Prison, but is likely to be returned to The Barn in Dorset.
Glitter was first jailed in 1999 after 4,000 child abuse images were found on his laptop in 1997.
Although he fled the country after his release, Glitter was deported in 2002. Cambodia in the report of sex crime petition.
In March 2006, he was found guilty of sexually abusing two girls aged 10 and 11. Vietnam And two and a half years in prison.
The former glam rocker was convicted and imprisoned in 2015 for a historic sexual assault.
He abused two girls, ages 12 and 13, after inviting them backstage to his dressing room after a gig.
He sneaked into the bed of a third victim under the age of 10 in 1975 and attempted to rape her.
He was in the middle of a 16-year sentence on Friday before being recalled this week.
A Prison Service spokesman said it “does not comment on individual prisoners.”
A spokesman for Dorset County Hospital declined to comment.