Bint became jealous of his victimís affections for
another man, he wrote abuse on the side of her home,
then claimed his potential rival had repeatedly
assaulted an ex-girlfriend and convinced her to dump
him, the court heard.
prosecuting, said by the time they realised who he
was, Bint had misused a credit card belonging to one
of them and stolen a valuable bracelet.
wrongdoing but was found guilty of five counts
committed between April 27 and May 5 this year. Two
were for fraud by false representation - cheating a
taxi driver of a £60 fare and using a credit card
belonging to one of his women victims.
Another was for
stealing a bracelet, burgling the robing room at St
Alban's Crown Court and stealing a barrister's
laptop, and test driving a £59,000 Audi R8 while
Police know Bint
by dozens of aliases - other identities he has
adopted include that of a wealthy hotelier,
aristocrat, ballet dancer, banker, doctor, playboy,
police officer and property magnate.
One barrister has
in the past accused him of making "Walter Mitty look
like a nine o'clock news reader".
In total, the
fraudster has been convicted of 155 offences and
asked for nearly 350 others to be taken into
At 21, he toured
hospital wards in north-west England, pretending to
be a doctor, by arranging X-rays, putting stitches
into a patient's head, authorising blood
transfusions and dispensing drugs. In Leeds he
attended to a 17-year-old car crash victim and told
her parents she would be fine. She died six hours
Later he moved on
to elaborate car scams, and then to posing as a
barrister. In 2002, he was admitted to hospital
claiming to be suffering the after effects of a
crash in his Aston Martin and pretended to be
Orlando Pownall QC, the prosecutor in the Jill Dando
murder trial. The doctor treating Bint was totally
taken in and allowed him to stay at her home, from
where he fled with £60 cash and her gold credit
In April last
year, Harrow Crown Court was told how he claimed to
be Jonathan Reece QC, won the sympathy of a train
passenger and then betrayed their kindness.
Two months later
he was at Guildford Crown Court where he was jailed
for 12 months after once more using the barrister's
persona to borrow a woman's car and trying to fill
it up using her credit card details.
Bint has been
diagnosed with a psychopathic condition, but cannot
be admitted to hospital because the condition is
untreatable. He has been remanded him in custody
until November 3 for sentence.