A BRIT vacationer going through execution for taking prescription painkillers into Egypt is crammed right into a tiny cell with 25 different girls and a gap within the ground as a rest room.
Laura Plummer, 33, was arrested with the tramadol tablets in her suitcase after she flew in to a Red Sea seashore resort for a two-week break together with her Egyptian husband.
And she is now being held on drug trafficking fees at Hurghada 1st Police Department with “murderers, heroin addicts and prostitutes”, her household instructed Mirror Online.
Laura’s sister Jayne Synclair, 40, mentioned her she fears her little sister Laura Plummer will attempt to finish her life after after 26 days locked in “repulsive” circumstances.
She mentioned: “Her life’s in peril. She cannot keep in there any longer or she will likely be murdered or kill herself.
“We went out to see her final week and my mum collapsed on the sight of her.
“She looked over at us and said ‘mum, mum, please help me, help me’.”
Laura’s mum Roberta Sinclair, 63, from Hull, sobbed: “She had no thought she was doing something unsuitable.
“The painkillers had been positioned on the prime of her suitcase, she wasn’t hiding them.
“We’ve been told she’s facing either 25 years in prison or the death penalty. We’re beside ourselves worrying that they’ll make an example of her.”
She was saved for 5 hours on the airport with out an interpreter earlier than signing a 38-page badertion in Arabic which she thought would see her go away.
Instead she has been held in a 15ft by 15ft cell with 25 different girls for almost a month.
In her final textual content residence the terrified store employee begged her dad Neville: “I’m in trouble and I need your help.”
Nevile, 70, tried to answer however her telephone was switched off. He has since spent £10,000 on authorized payments.
Laura flew to Hurghada airport on October 9 for a fortnight stick with hubby Omar, 33. They met 4 years in the past and she or he jets out to see him 4 occasions a yr.
He suffers again ache after an accident, so she took 29 strips of tramadol, every containing ten tablets, plus some Naproxen given to her by a pal.
In Britain tramadol is prescription solely, however it’s banned in Turkey the place addicts use it as a heroin substitute.
A tablet sells for 8p — that means Laura may have made simply £23.20 even when she wished to.
Roberta and daughters Rachel, 31, and Jayne Sinclair, 40, have visited her and she or he has been in court docket twice, every time being returned to cells for 15 days. She is due again in court docket on Thursday.
Jayne mentioned: “She remains to be sporting the identical garments she flew out in.
“When she got here into court docket that first time she seemed lifeless behind the eyes and was handcuffed to a 6ft 4in policeman holding a machine gun.
“She kept saying, ‘Please help me, please help me’. She looked like a little child again.”
The Foreign Office confirmed: “We are supporting a British woman and her family following her detention in Egypt.”
Tramadol £40million invoice
TRAMADOL is a robust prescription-only painkiller badociated to morphine.
It is usually given after surgical procedure, for toothache or for long-term circumstances.
More than seven million prescriptions had been allotted final yr, costing the NHS £40million.
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