Notorious crime boss spotted at Rangers game with Hannibal the Cannibal rapist

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    Crime boss Steven “Bonzo” Daniel has been spotted heading to the football with an ex-convict dubbed Hannibal the Cannibal.

    Bonzo – who was left with facial scarring after a machete attack in 2017 – is high in the food chain in the Daniel clan.

    The 43-year-old has been heading down the Rangers' home ground Ibrox “plenty” with Hannibal the Cannibal, real name Spencer Mellors, 58, who has a long criminal history.

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    In 1996 Mellors held a prostitute captive for nine hours, raping her and biting her – crimes for which he was put in the can for nine years.

    Then, in 2008, he was caught with £100,000 of drugs on him and given a further four years, The Daily Record reports.

    He’s also spent time behind bars for domestic abuse on two occasions and was asked questioned relating to the shotting of Louise Brown, a gran from Glasgow.

    The pair have been seen at a number of matches together this season and have now even been pictured together in the stands at Scotland’s national football stadium, Hampden Park against Celtic on Sunday, April 30.

    A source told the Record: “I’ve seen them both plenty at Ibrox this season. They’ve also been to away matches as well.

    “They were at McDiarmid Park for the St Johnstone match earlier this season and were also at Fir Park together for the tie against Motherwell.

    “They’re basically joined at the hip. Bonzo is a very private guy given his status, the previous attempt on his life and attacks on associates.

    “He must really trust Spencer to let him in and have been with him so much. If something was to kick off, Spencer is exactly the kinda guy you’d want to have by your side.”

    Known as Steven Peebles, Bonzo has been at the centre of a number of attacks in recent years, including having a car ram into his house in November 2022.

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