Brazen British Gangster Sam Walker Escapes Drug Charges, Chronicles Audacious Escape Across Europe and Africa

In a daring escape that spanned continents, notorious British gangster Sam Walker evaded UK police after being arrested on suspicion of a drug supply plot.

Walker, who once issued threats against football star Ross Barkley, embarked on a six-day journey, utilizing a private jet and hitching a ride on a cargo ship to reach Sierra Leone in North Africa.

Social Media Taunts and Unconventional Routes

Walker documented his audacious escape on social media platforms, posting videos on Instagram detailing the unconventional routes he took to avoid border checks.

The self-confessed career criminal claimed to have hired a private plane to Antwerp, Belgium, and then proceeded to New Damietta on the Egyptian coast.

From there, he bribed his way onto a cargo ship, ultimately driving across Africa through Mauritania, The Gambia, and Guinea before reaching Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Financial Maneuvers and Arrest Background

Videos posted by Walker on Instagram showcased his journey, including a segment where he revealed a bag filled with £50 notes.

The 39-year-old had been arrested near Bournemouth, Dorset, on February 14, and subsequently bailed on suspicion of supplying Class A drugs.

Notorious Criminal’s Criminal History

Sam Walker, with over 100 crimes to his name, has a history of criminal activities that led to a four-and-a-half-year jail sentence in 2008.

Involved in drug peddling, his gang’s illicit operations were dismantled in a police sting, resulting in the seizure of £12 million worth of drugs, luxury cars, and cash.

In 2014, Walker gained notoriety for threatening footballer Ross Barkley.

From Behind Bars to Viral Videos

While serving his sentences, Walker continued to make headlines, setting up a YouTube channel from behind bars and claiming to have filmed Charles Bronson.

In 2022, he went viral for hosting a “Prisoners’ Got Talent” show, providing a glimpse into prison life.

Philanthropic Claims and Potential Legal Consequences

Amidst his criminal escapades, Walker claimed to have met Sierra Leone’s vice-president during a previous visit and invested thousands in humanitarian efforts.

However, his return to the UK may lead to legal consequences, as he faces potential imprisonment for breaching the terms of his bail.

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