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US News Lying wedding guest who claimed food and drink at Mexico resort made him sick is ordered to pay £10,000 to travel firm TUI

13:55  11 june  2018
13:55  11 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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food and drink at Mexico resort made him sick is ordered to pay £ 10 , 000 to travel firm TUI Jadeep Singh, 34, of Salford, was ordered to pay £ 10 , 000 to travel firm TUI The wedding guest claimed food at his resort in Cancun had made him sick

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Although he claimed the food made him sick, Singh appeared to be having a good time at the all-inclusive Beach Palace in Cancun (pictured), as the wedding guest posted selfies online during the November 2015 holiday © Daily Mail Although he claimed the food made him sick, Singh appeared to be having a good time at the all-inclusive Beach Palace in Cancun (pictured), as the wedding guest posted selfies online during the November 2015 holiday

A lying wedding guest who claimed the food and drink at a Mexico resort made him sick, has been ordered to pay travel firm TUI £10,000.

Jadeep Singh, 34, of Salford, appeared to be having a good time at the all-inclusive Beach Palace in Cancun, as the wedding guest posted selfies online during the November 2015 holiday.

However, he later claimed he was suffering from a gastric illness that lasted three weeks due to the resort's food that also made the other 12 guests in his party sick. 

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Couple who claimed hotel food left them so sick they could barely leave their room are They had been staying at the Dreams Villamagna resort in Mexico in 2015 Hit with £6, 000 legal costs after holiday firm TUI mounted legal challenge against their claim

MailOnline Travel 's Ryan Parry took his young family to the Tui Sensatori Resort Azul, Mexico . Ryan says: 'It’s a clean, refreshing, and modern environment that appeals to every guest and if you get sick of lounging around one area then there are several others to choose from'.

a man smiling for the camera: Jadeep Singh, 34, of Salford, was ordered to pay £10,000 to TUI. He claimed food at a Mexico resort made him sick for weeks. A Manchester judge called him 'fundamentally dishonest'. Pictured: Singh posing with a thumbs up during his holiday - the same time he said he was sick © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jadeep Singh, 34, of Salford, was ordered to pay £10,000 to TUI. He claimed food at a Mexico resort made him sick for weeks. A Manchester judge called him 'fundamentally dishonest'. Pictured: Singh posing with a thumbs up during his holiday - the same time he said he was sick

But a Manchester county court judge didn't believe Singh, calling him 'fundamentally dishonest' and ordered him to pay £10,000 in costs to the travel firm.

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There was a 500 per cent increase in holiday sickness claims between 2013 and 2016, according to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).

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But at Tui Sensatori Resort Azul, Mexico , it’s all part of the fun. It’s a clean, refreshing, and modern environment that appeals to every guest and if you get sick of lounging around one area Having a ball: The trip to the Tui resort was non-stop fun for Ryan’s kids, who had plenty to keep them occupied.

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Bogus claims are thought to be costing the travel industry up to £240million, pushing up holiday prices.

The problem has been fuelled by touts working in European resorts who urge holidaymakers to make bogus claims.

The upsurge of claims in Britain is not seen in other European countries, raising suspicions over the scale of bogus claims and damaging our reputation overseas.

water next to the ocean: Although he claimed the food made him sick, Singh appeared to be having a good time at the all-inclusive Beach Palace in Cancun, as the wedding guest posted selfies online during the November 2015 holiday. Pictured: Resorts in Cancun, Mexico © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Although he claimed the food made him sick, Singh appeared to be having a good time at the all-inclusive Beach Palace in Cancun, as the wedding guest posted selfies online during the November 2015 holiday. Pictured: Resorts in Cancun, Mexico Abta wants the measures to be in place by April so they are effective for the summer season.

Holidaymakers face up to three years in prison if found guilty of making a fraudulent claim.

Although Singh claimed the other dozen guests were also made ill by the food and drink, no one else made claims with TUI.

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148 cases of food poisoning involved holidaymakers who stayed in hotels and resorts on the Dr Katherine Russell, head of travel at PHE, said: 'Following the link with travel to Mexico , the UK A Thomson spokeswoman said: ' TUI UK and Ireland has been advised of a number of sickness cases

Food . Going Green. Grant's Getaways. The resort contracts with Hospiten and refers sick and injured guests to Hospiten's facilities. The State Department’s latest notice on travel to Mexico , posted in December 2016, makes no mention of any concern for vacationers at all-inclusive resorts .

He was ordered to pay the penalty by May 30, with additional costs on an indemnity basis.

Andrew Flintham, TUI managing director, said in a statement: 'We have again showed our commitment in the fight against fraudulent holiday sickness claims. 

'Despite the efforts we must go through to defend our industry and hotel partners we will continue to do so as we have a duty of care to protect honest holidaymakers.

'We will continue to fight this issue bringing any similar cases to a court hearing and we hope that this sends out a clear message to anyone else considering making a fake sickness claim.'  

This isn't the first time a holidaymaker has tried to pull one over on their travel firms. 

Last week Liam Royle, who won £6,000 in compensation after claiming he fell ill on holiday, was exposed a fraudster when his ex-girlfriend handed in video footage of him dancing 'Gangnam Style' by the pool.

Royle made the fraudulent sickness claim against Jet2holidays, however when his ex became aware of the deceit she gave compelling evidence to the company, including the video. 

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Couple who claimed compensation for ' food poisoning' on Turkish holiday but were caught out by Tui launched an investigation with the resort but could find nothing to support the allegations. The holiday firm said the claim could have cost them £50, 000 had the pair not been caught out.

a small boat in a body of water: Liam Royle, pictured, claimed he fell ill while on holiday in Cyprus in August 2015, however, his ex-girlfriend presented evidence of him in the swimming pool at the time he was 'poorly' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Liam Royle, pictured, claimed he fell ill while on holiday in Cyprus in August 2015, however, his ex-girlfriend presented evidence of him in the swimming pool at the time he was 'poorly'

A judge has ruled he must repay the package holiday firm more than £6,000 in costs.

Royle, 23, from Eccles, Manchester, claimed he suffered from a gastric illness.

He said he had suffered for five days with stomach cramps, diarrhoea and vomiting, as a result of food poisoning whilst on a week-long holiday at the Papantonia Hotel Apartments, in Cyprus in August 2015. 

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