A university lecturer and her husband have been arrested over claims they kept a builder as a slave in their garden shed for four years.
Pritpal Binning, 56, and her spouse Palvinder, 54, are suspected of holding him against his will while he worked on their five-bedroom £1.2million house in Hampshire.
The frail Polish builder is said to have walked into an NHS centre and told staff he had been forced to work in exchange for food.
He also claimed he had been sleeping on a plastic sun lounger in the shed at the bottom of the garden and was given out of date food to eat.
The builder also claimed there was no flushing toilet and his kitchen was a fridge and a barbecue.
The couple was arrested by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) following a raid at an address in affluent Chilworth. The Hampshire village is home to several footballers and boasts properties worth more than £2million. Read more