November 11, 2011 by staff
Dr Bianchini had a GPS tracker attached to the fuel tank of William Sachiti’s £40,000 Lexus car.
But when Mr Sachiti, 30, saw the flashing box he thought it was a bomb and walked straight into the nearest police station.
Officers cleared the area and told residents to stay away.
But police discovered his suspicious wife had employed private detectives to keep an eye on him.
Entrepreneur Mr Sachiti, who has appeared on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den, said: “My wife has always been that sort of person who has wanted to know where I am.
“She may well have thought I’m having an affair but I’m not. I don’t know where she got the idea, maybe she was watching a lot of TV or something.”
Dr Bianchini, 35, a specialist oncologist, said: “I’m very sorry. It was a huge mistake and I was absolutely out of my mind.”
Mr Sachiti from Banstead, Surrey, added: “It was the wife who hired someone to follow me as she was concerned about my new ambiguous work hours.
“She did not realise that they would put a device under my car and thought that they would only follow me and take pictures to confirm why whereabouts.”
He initially feared he could be a bomb target because of his work in bank security.
“At first I didn’t know what to do. I called a friend and they were concerned it could be something dangerous. So I went straight away to the police station.”
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