British paedophile lied about identity with two new passports to continue teaching children in Thailand

Sun investigation has revealed he has been flying back to lurk among children again.
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A BRIT paedophile teacher booted out of Thailand returned by changing his name twice and getting two new passports.

Alan Smith, 62, was deported in 2008 after The Sun revealed he lied to get a job teaching kids aged ten to 15.

Alan Smith
Paedophile Alan Smith  returned to teaching in Thailand after being deported in 2008 for lying about his identity
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But another Sun investigation has revealed he has been flying back to lurk among children again.

Smith, from Blackburn, has changed his name twice by deed poll and got new passports in the names Allan Howson-Burton and Alan Trevor Stewart.

He has landed a string of Thai teaching posts, even posing for a picture holding a schoolgirl in his arms and another grinning among kids at the back of a class.

Alan Smith
The convicted sex abuser changed his name twice to obtain new passports
Alan Smith,
He then used the fake identities to blag jobs in Thai schools
We tracked down Smith in the UK after he was deported again over visa irregularities.

He said: “My students all loved me very much, in a Thai sense, and asked me to pose for innocent pictures.

“They were just affectionate students.

“I know changing my name looked a bit dodgy but I didn’t want to get arrested again.”

The paedophile has had a string of teaching jobs in Thai schools
The paedophile has had a string of teaching jobs in Thai schools
The ex-Butlin’s redcoat was jailed for six months in 2005 and placed on the sex offenders’ register for a sex attack on a girl of 14.
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He resurfaced working as a teacher in a Buddhist monastery school in Thailand in 2007.
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Alan Smith,
Smith was jailed in 2005 for attacking a 14-year-old girl, but began teaching in Thailand in 2007 after his release – ANDREW CHANT

He was deported after The Sun revealed he used fake references to get a job at a school outside Bangkok.

He said he was legally able to obtain two passports using assumed names by having a solicitor change his name then submitting deed poll forms with his old passport.

The differently numbered passports enabled him to re-enter Thailand. He was arrested for outstaying his visa in December last year before being kicked out in April.

 Alan Smith
Smith used fake references to land the jobs caring for Thai children under 15 – MEN SYNDICATION
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