Just in - lawyers acting for Saudi Prince Saud Abdulaziz Bin Nasser Al Saud, convicted of the murder of servant Bandar Abdulaziz in a London Hotel and sentenced to twenty years, are said to be considering an appeal.
The lawyers are arguing that the case was a gross miscarriage of justice because the prosecution was heavily based on evidence that the Prince was a practicing homosexual engaged in an abusive relationship with his manservant.
"This case is ridiculous," one told a Skoob News source. "They have convicted our lad purely on the grounds that he is a sadistic homosexual. This is an obvious nonsense. We have no such thing as gays in Saudi Arabia - they simply do not exist. It's an obvious frame up."
When asked how come the Prince and the manservant were the only two people seen entering the hotel suite on CCTV footage, he snorted, and said:
"The manservant obviously had a tragic accident. The Prince could not have battered him to death in an abusive gay frenzy because he is NOT gay! Bloody infidels..."
More as we get it.