AN Albanian crook extradited from the UK to serve a sentence for a violent home invasion raid is back in Britain – posing on social media with his Lamborghini supercar.
Aleksander Vishaj, 33, was deported from the UK in 2021 to face charges over burglary and criminal damage in Germany.
7Vishaj, 33, posing with the supercar which is registered in BritainCredit: The Sun7Aleksander Vishaj poses in his Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder worth £70,000Credit: The Sun7Vishaj was kicked out of the UK but appears to have sneaked back inCredit: The Sun7Albanian crook Aleksander Vishaj shows off his Lamborghini supercarCredit: Not known, clear with picture deskHe served three months in jail there before being sent back to Albania and should have been barred from Britain after a foreign criminal crackdown.
But the flash, wannabe rapper is back and brasher than ever calling himself the “King of TikTok” on the site where he boasts of living like a rock star in the UK.
Convicted burglar Vishaj, 33, claims to have renounced crime and insists he funds his champagne lifestyle as a professional poker player, videographer and “motivational speaker”.
And he has flaunted his wealth sporting designer clothes as he showed off his British-registered Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder worth £70,000.
It was unclear whether the grinning crook is currently driving the pearl white, 10-year-old 195mph sports car which can rocket from 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds.
Sun checks of government motoring records showed the dream car is MoT’d as roadworthy until August this year – but is not taxed or insured to be driven on UK roads.
FAST AND FURIOUS
Vishaj posted video last week from a luxurious high-rise London apartment set to a rap soundtrack, appealing for support from fellow Albanians in an online poker game.
He went on to lose the game to a wealthy Arab after his brother Dorian said online he was so confident of his brother’s gambling prowess, he would burn his £54,000 Mercedes live online if Vishaj lost.
Dorian kept his word and posted live footage of himself torching the car watched by his London-based brother in a split-screen TikTok video.
The bizarre ritual – staged in their home city of Kukes in northern Albania – was an example of Dorian acting out a traditional “besa” pledge showing he keeps promises and is a man of honour.
Wealthy Dorian’s source of income was unknown but there was no suggestion he was involved in crime.
The high profile of similar swaggering braggarts on TikTok is fuelling a flood of migrants from Albania – as people traffickers openly advertise their deadly trade on the social media site.
He is thought to have used a fake passport to slip back into the UK by plane or ferry after entering an EU country legally on a visa waiver scheme.
And he is among scores of other criminals defying a string of failed Home Office drives to kick out undesirables – and stop them returning once deported.
The Home Office said it had successfully deported 1,400 Albanina criminals since 2021.
A spokeswoman said: “We are working closely with countries in Europe and internationally to speed up the removal of people with no legal right to be in the UK.”
Albanian gangs have risen to power in the UK over the last two decades. gaining control of the country’s cocaine market.
Their business model is based on being ‘cheap and fast’ and insiders have told The Sun that the gangs look to make money and avoid conflict when possible.
One of the most infamous gangs to rise is The Hellbanianz, who are based on the Gascoigne Estate in Barking,East London.
Gang members often post videos on social media showing off their cash, jewellery and flash motors.
7The Mercedes was torched as part of a bizarre ritualCredit: TikTok7Dorian appeared to torch his own car after his brother lost a poker gameCredit: TikTok7Aleksander Vishaj, 33, and his brother Dorian (right)Credit: TikTok
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