'Mr Potato Chest' steroid dealer flees to Bali instead of facing justice over £2m drug racket

A man who made more than £200,000 from selling drugs fled to sun-soaked Bali rather than begin a two-and-a-half year jail sentence. Terence David Murrell had to be sentenced in his absence at Caernarfon crown court today, where the judge pointed out he was "living in the lap of luxury" abroad rather than turning up to face justice. Heavily-tattooed Murrell, who hit the headlines earlier this year when a mangled Google translation of a police wanted appeal described him as having 'potatoes on his chest', has been posting pictures from the Indian Ocean island for several weeks. He had pleaded guilty to possessing illegal drugs with intent to supply, and conspiracy to supply, when he appeared before a judge in March.

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