It has been revealed today that evil Austrian All-Rounder Jo Fritzl attempted to get representation by a British semi-professional legal company due to their 'No Win; No Fee' policy.
CEO Fathima Clalve explained, "We received a phone call from a man in St Poulton, Austria three weeks ago requesting representation. The staff member who took down the information asked the man first of all if it was a serious charge or a minor infraction of the law. He said that it was fair to say he's in "a bit of bother". We had to explain that, regrettably, we have no jurisdiction outside of the United Kingdom so we had to say no."
When asked how the man (assumed to be Fritzl) took the rejection, Ms Clalve said "apparently he took it rather well".
Tony Barg of the Legal Regulation body Legreg commented that "it would not be appropriate to comment." So we spoke to veteran Birmingham City striker Pat Shiels who said little of interest.