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Voudourai is marched into court by policeGet daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!SCOTLAND’S most wanted fraudster Michael Voudouri is led to court in handcuffs yesterday after he was dramatically arrested at his luxury Cyprus hideaway.Voudouri, 46, pled guilty to a tax dodge in 2012 but cheated a 10 year sentence by skipping the country 14 months ago.He set up home in a plush villa in Famagusta in Turkish controlled Northern Cyprus.But yesterday, he faced being dragged back to Scotland after police busted him for using a forged passport on the border between Cyprus and the Turkish north.He committed the offence at the Metehan checkpoint in the divided Cypriot capital, Nicosia.Voudouri was white faced, sweating and shaking yesterday morning as he was led in handcuffs by two plainclothes police officers into the penal court in the northern sector of Nicosia.We asked the man named as one of the UK’s most wanted tax dodgers if he was worried about being deported back to face justice.He replied: ” knows, mate.”Voudouri, dressed in jogging pants and white Nike trainers, became increasingly agitated in court and tried in vain to have the hearing conducted in secret.Police swooped on the fraudster as he enjoyed a meal in a restaurant with friends on Friday night. They also raided his home, and he was held in custody to await yesterday’s court appearance.Voudouri, of Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, has been in northern Cyprus since fleeing Scotland in 2012.But he remained free, calling himself Paul, until his arrest over the dodgy passport.He told police he bought it for from a man called Andy Watson but burned it as soon as he arrived in his bolthole.All officers could find at his villa was his genuine birth certificate.A police source said: “He claims he destroyed the passport when he arrived but we’re trying to find out if that’s the case.”We’re certain Voudouri has committed an immigration offence and has been living here illegally.”We will spend the next few days establishing whether he has committed any other offences.”In pictures: Michael Vidouri among the 10 Most Wanted tax fugitives in 2013Officers are also trying to find out the surname Voudouri used while on the run.The police insider said: “It’s policy to deport foreigners if they have broken the law and the same will apply to Voudouri whether he wants to go back to the United Kingdom or not.”We know he has committed serious offences. We don’t want criminals from other countries to think they can come here and escape justice.”Scottish police can come and collect him, or they can pay the cost of the plane ticket and our officers will deliver him.”Voudouri laundered millions of pounds stolen by Glasgow computer firm Q Tech Distribution in what’s known as a “carousel” VAT fraud.Crooks using the scam import goods VAT free, then sell them to customers and charge VAT.They then keep the cash they owe the taxman and disappear.