Disabled woman Patricia dumped by Tunisian toyboy after he got a visa on Holiday Love Rats Exposed on Channel 5

Disabled woman dumped by Tunisian toyboy after he got a visa
Patricia and Mondher married not long after first meeting (Picture: Channel 5)


A disabled woman has spoken of her heartache after her younger Tunisian lover left her shortly after arriving in the UK.

Patricia, 64, told her story on this week’s episode of Channel 5’s Holiday Love Rats Exposed.

She revealed how she met 26-year-old Mondher, from Tunisia, on a dating site, and he instantly charmed her before saying he loved her just three weeks after they first met online.

After travelling to the North African country to meet Mondher, the strapping 26-year-old surprised her by announcing: ‘Let’s get married, let’s just do it!’

Patricia, who suffers from osteoarthritis which requires her to use a mobility scooter, was smitten and agreed to marry him in Tunisia in 2012, paying for the entire wedding.

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‘He was telling me he was going to treat me like a princess, we could buy a car and he would take me out where I wanted to go,’ she said.

Shortly after the big day he moved to the UK, and cracks in the relationship began to show.

The newly-weds started arguing and Patricia said living with Mondher was a ‘nightmare’.

Pic shows: A visitor is eating one of the pieces of the exhibition.nnA Museum of chocolate that opened up in the eastern European country of Belarus has appealed to people to stop eating the exhibits.nnMost of the exhibits were created by Paris trained confectioner Nicolai Popov who admits he is also a fan of eating his artwork.nnBut he added that if they didn't stop people from interfering with the exhibits, the would soon be nothing left to keep on display.nnFor the moment the museum that has chocolate paintings, weapons, instruments and jewelry among other things has employed a specialist chocolate expert to carry out hasty repairs but say the only real solution is to start putting some of the displays behind glass to protect them from hungry or curious visitors.nnA spokesman for the museum Lyubov Ivanova told local media: "The problem is that most of the exhibits look so realistic that people don't believe they are chocolate, and it's only when they grab them they realise that the displays are the genuine thing. But by then it's too late.nn"Only yesterday a woman grabbed a frying pan in front of me and saying there is no way this is real, only to have the handle come off in her grip. She apologised of course, but by then the damage was done."nnAnd he added that other people had been stealing small pieces of the huge chocolate Eiffel tower that was one of the centrepieces of the exhibition.nnNikolai Popov who is one of the experts that made many of the products trained at the French Academy of Chocolate and every week the museum gets fresh exhibits displaying different parts of the art of working with chocolate, and now some of the most mouthwatering are to be put behind safety glass to stop the risk of them being sampled.nnHe added: "I am not annoyed with people but do damage the exhibits to try them, because I feel tempted myself and I'm working with the stuff all day. My favourite is our pepper and coffee chocolate, which was an experiment that amazingly turned out really well."nn(ends)  n          n

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Not long afterwards, after Patricia refused to pay for a new visa, Mondher left her to move to Portsmouth, leaving her ‘gutted’.

Mondher gave a statement to Channel 5 for the program in which he claimed he moved to the UK for love rather than money, and that the marriage broke down due to circumstances ‘out of his control’.

Holiday Love Rats Exposed will air on Channel 5 tomorrow night at 9pm.

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19 March 2015 | 6:17 pm – Source: metro.co.uk


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