Investigator Strips After Being Accused Of Wearing Wire

By Bonnie Eslinger (November 21, 2019, 5:09 PM GMT) -- A private investigator began taking his clothes off in a London courtroom on Thursday after a lawyer representing the owner of a bank accused him of wearing a wire — but was saved from going any further when he was admonished by the judge.

Former police detective Nigel Brown took off his jacket and began unbuckling his pants after a lawyer for the owners of an embattled Tanzanian bank interrupted the hearing at the High Court to tell Judge Sara Cockerill that it appeared he was secretly recording the proceedings.

"This is ridiculous," Brown, a defendant in the case, muttered as...

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