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He said Lenton had a history of substance abuse but it was his meth use, which began when he was aged 29, that had been his undoing. The court heard Lenton had post traumatic stress disorder after he was allegedly assaulted by police during an arrest inbut Judge Staude said he could not give it significant weight in terms of mitigation. Lenton, who pleaded guilty to seven charges during his trial earlier this year, must serve at least six years behind bars before he can be eligible for parole.
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A former duty free employee at Sydney International Airport has shared a bizarre story on social media, claiming he once 'faked his own death' to avoid dealing with a difficult customer. Patrick Lenton, who was reportedly working for duty free provider Nuance at the time, was stationed at the collections desk where passengers pick up pre-purchased duty free goods. In a series of tweets on Twitter, Mr Lenton relayed the story of an incident he once faced with an angry customer. The year-old took to Twitter to share the bizarre incident where he was forced to fake his own death to escape from a difficult customer.