Meet Wesley Williams, 53, boasted to friends that he had spent 14 years in the Royal Marines, serving four tours of duty.

 

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This chump avoided our radar but was soon exposed after a court case which resulted in a jail term the rest is from that case!image

 

Every Poppy Day the bouncer marched through the West Midlands, wearing the coveted green beret, complete with a blazer dripping in campaign medals and military ribbons.

 

But Williams, who also claimed he had spent five years with the French Foreign Legion, was living a sick lie. He had never served with the armed forces and his gongs were fakes.

 

The Birmingham fantasist also had more sinister secret – his lust for young girls.

he was jailed for two years and eight months for a sickening sex attack on an eight year-old girl.

“He’s turned their lives upside down,’’ she said. “What he did was unforgivable.”

In January he was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison by a judge at Birmingham Crown Court after pleading guilty to four counts of sexual assault on a female under the age of 13.

He was also placed on the Sex Offenders’ Register for 10 years and banned from working with children for life.

Serial liar Williams, who worked as a bouncer in Birmingham bars and clubs, told friends he had served in the military for nearly two decades.

He claimed to have gone to military school when he left the care system before joining the Royal Marines in 1979, serving in Northern Ireland twice, the Falklands and the first Gulf War.

He also claimed to have been part of the secretive Special Boat Service (SBS) – the navy’s equivalent to the SAS.

A friend, said: “He said he was mentioned in dispatches for bravery in Northern Ireland when his commanding officer got his legs blown off and he had to take charge of the unit.

“It was like he had done everything and been everywhere – deep sea diving, high altitude jumps. He also said he was involved in the Iranian Embassy siege.”

Deluded Williams filled his house with war memorabilia including imitation weapons and fake certificates which, he claimed, were proof he had risen to the rank of sergeant.

He also told pals he had enlisted with the French Foreign Legion, an elite unit famed for being one of the toughest in the world.

But a Ministry of Defence source confirmed there was no record of the twisted pervert ever serving with the British forces.

“This gentleman is telling fibs,” the aide said.“There is no trace of him either with Fleet, which would be the Marines, or with Land, as in the Army.”

The faker was so confident of his cover story that he regularly joined Poppy Day events, held every November in the city.

He would dress in Royal Marine blazer and green beret wearing four medals on his left breast, including a 1962 General Service Medal, South Atlantic Medal, a French National Defence and Overseas medals.

He also wore military ribbons believed to represent First and Second World War campaigns, as well as the Korean conflict.

 

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