A millionaire who illegally built ‘Britain’s best man cave’ has lost his latest court battle – despite claiming he had now sold it all to a Mexican for just £1.
Accountant Graham Wildin, 70, has said he’s had enough of the controversy after he served six weeks in jail for repeatedly refusing to knock down his extension.
He built the huge 10,000sq ft extension to the rear of his home in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, in 2014 – .
The leisure complex comes fitted with its .
Wildin was locked up last year for failing to comply with a court order to decommission the building.
Accountant Graham Wildin, betmatik 70, built the huge 10,000sq ft extension to the rear of his home in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, in 2014
The leisure complex comes fitted with its own bar, bowling alley, cinema and even a casino area
And he lost his latest legal battle on Wednesday after three High Court judges said it was right to jail him for defying court orders
He was given 18 weeks from the date of his release from prison to comply with a previous court order to make the man cave unusable by ‘soft stripping’.
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