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15 Apr

The family of a British woman jailed for taking painkillers into Egypt for her boyfriend's bad back have defended him – after it emerged he was forced out of his job over a stash of Cannabis.

Hashish was found in the room Omar Abdul Azim shared with other employees while he was working as a lifeguard at the Hilton Sharks Bay Resort, in Sharm El Sheikh.

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For large amounts it is up to 15 years while large-scale smuggling into Egypt can include death sentences.She claimed she did not know the painkiller was banned in Egypt and that she was bringing it for him because he suffers from a bad back.Mr Azim was forced out of his job at the hotel three years ago, about a year after meeting Miss Plummer, after the Hashish was found.Two years ago Miss Plummer and Mr Azim had an Orfi marriage, which is not registered with the state but allows them to share a hotel room. He says he still considers Miss Plummer to be his wife. The pair met four years ago at the Hilton resort, a sprawling, palm-tree lined luxury resort which sits next to other resorts lining the Red Sea coastline.It has 630 rooms, seven pools, ten bars and restaurants and a private beach with diving centre and water sports.