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Gang rapist finally deported after clip showed plane passengers staging mutiny to stop him being kicked out of UK

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A GANG rapist whose deportation was halted after a mutiny by holidaymakers is finally being booted out of Britain after 16 years.
Yaqub Ahmed and three other thugs attacked a teen girl lost in central London in 2007.
Yaqub Ahmed after his 2007 arrest2Yaqub Ahmed after his 2007 arrestAhmed in failed 2018 deport bid2Ahmed in failed 2018 deport bidCredit: solosyndicationHe was jailed for nine years in 2008 and later served with deportation papers to be returned to his home country in Africa.
But Ahmed, 34, was saved at the last minute in 2018 when do-gooder plane passengers staged a mutiny.
He was hauled off the flight from Heathrow to Turkey as holiday-makers unaware of his vile crime chanted “take him off the plane”.
Now The Sun can reveal he is finally being sent home, 16 years after first being arrested.
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Tory MP Nigel Mills said: “It’s very good news.
“It was a sickening crime and he has no right to walk free in Britain.
“We need to send a strong message out that offenders like this have no place in this country.
“Unfortunately, he will not be the only case of its kind.”

Ahmed and his pals raped their 16-year-old victim after luring her to a flat in North London.
He was released from prison after serving half his nine-year term.

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