“Help Us Solve . . . UK’s Biggest Cases”: Crimewatch Anchor Has Awkward Moment With His Criminal Doppelgänger

BBCI had to sure this picture of Crimewatch presenter Jason Mohammad who was showing the audience the picture of convicted robber Viktor Lakatos. Viewers could be forgiven if they called in to say that they had found Lakatos.

The point of the display was to announce on the BBC show “Crimewatch” that Lakatos had been caught.

Lakatos was jailed for 18 years after he assaulted and robbed a 90-year-old jeweller. Yet, he appeared to find a way to hide in plain sight. Indeed, this seems a bit to easy in meeting the challenge of the program:

Help us solve some of the UK’s biggest cases. Join the team for dramatic reconstructions, CCTV footage and our wanted faces. Your call could be all it takes to put an offender behind bars.

3 thoughts on ““Help Us Solve . . . UK’s Biggest Cases”: Crimewatch Anchor Has Awkward Moment With His Criminal Doppelgänger

  1. Ha. After the Rotterham scandals and the Bobbies refusing to help the dads retrieve their daughters out of Muslim homes, it wouldn’t surprise me itf the bobbies saw that on the telly, realized it was him (if it was him), and then go, “Ahh… Forget it. Not worth my time.”

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