THE sentencing of Most Wanted British paedophile Matthew Sammon has been postponed for six weeks.
Appearing at Southwark Crown Court this afternoon, Judge Grieve adjourned the sentencing until January so that he can read the probation report.
Sammon pleaded guilty to seven charges of downloading indecent images of children at his original trial.
Named as one of 10 Most Wanted fugitives as part of Operation Captura, Sammon was picked up in his camper van in Fuengirola following an Olive Press sting.
He is believed to have been hiding out on the Costa del Sol for two years where he worked as a labourer.
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