Scots bigamist who had two wives, two pregnant fiancees and string of lovers dodges prison after embezzling £10,000

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A BIGAMIST who had two wives, two pregnant fianceés and a string of lovers has dodged jail for embezzling £10,000.

Heating engineer Alexander Roy, 51, trousered cash by flogging boilers he over-ordered for his ex-employer.

Alexander Roy had two wives, two pregnant fiancees and several lovers

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Alexander Roy had two wives, two pregnant fiancees and several lovers

But family-run FET Heat Care in Glasgow collapsed when income dried up before Roy set up his own company with latest missus Susanne, 45.

At Airdrie Sheriff Court, Roy, of nearby Salsburgh, pled guilty to the 2015 fraud and was given 300 hours’ community service.

Law chief Petra Collins warned: “If you breach the order, expect custody.”

Roy avoided a stretch in prison when he appeared at Airdrie Sheriff Court

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Roy avoided a stretch in prison when he appeared at Airdrie Sheriff Court

The dad-of-two, said by his lawyer to have a gambling addiction, also got a payback punishment when he was nailed for bigamy in 2010 for marrying charity worker Morven Wylie while wed to first wife Denise.

At the time it emerged he had two expecting fianceés and several girlfriends.

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The convicted footie hooligan suckered women he met in a previous business development job, proposing to Debbie Watson, then 30, from Perth, and Marie Jackson, 22, of High Wycombe, Bucks, while “married” to Denise and Morven.

He was exposed when furious Debbie saw texts from Marie.

Roy fled in a van when approached at his home last week.

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