Ferrari-loving Zahid Khan said his £750,000 luxury home was being repossessed after claiming he had fallen into £15,000 mortgage arrears.
On-the-run Khan, who fled to Dubai last summer, told he had until the end of April to clear his property in Yardley Wood Road, Moseley.
He told ‘My house has been taken for not making mortgage payments. I’ve been given 28 days to empty the property. Over 15k arrears late payments of mortgage.’
Khan had previously claimed he was going to rent the luxury house while he remained abroad. The patriotic fraudster had even flown union flags from his house. But he has since changed the flags.
He added: ‘New life new flags. As I’m no longer in UK I don’t see the point of having a Union flag so it’s been replaced with United Arab Emirates flag.’
He fled the UK, after he was jailed for ten years in his absence after being found guilty of conspiracy to defraud over a £500,000 number plate fraud.
Khan claimed he skipped the country as he had not had a fair trial, had I stayed in the UK, I was not having no justice and the only safest option I had was to leave this country, he told in a video message.