The Welshman flew over to the Dominican after Wilfa Soto Peguero, his Internet girlfriend, agreed to allow him to visit and help look after her four kids.
Yet Bailey’s story isn’t as sympathetic as you might’ve thought…Peguero was shocked to find Bailey had travelled over with no money, no means and no return ticket, adding he was looking to be ‘maintained’.
I’ve got my heart and I’m not going to refuse him food when he’s not giving me any money but I can’t look after him. We simply got to know each other chatting over the Internet.
I prefer to be poor and happy, not rich and unhappy and I want Glyn back in Britain so people stop talking about me and criticising me.
I’ve been left with a debt of £240 I borrowed to go and pick him up at Punta Cana International Airport which I haven’t asked him for because I’m going to pay it back myself however I have to.
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I asked him to send me money so I could go and fetch him from the airport and he never sent me anything, but as he was coming to meet me I couldn’t just abandon him like he was a nobody, so I decided to borrow money to go to the airport.
Later, when I checked his ticket, I realised he’d come with the intention of staying here and I can’t look after him – I have explained it to him a thousand ways.
“I don’t have any regrets,” Mr Hughes told the BBC.
A Welshman who flew to the Dominican Republic to live with his internet girlfriend is now stranded in the country after she rejected him because he 'doesn't have any money'.