Babestation fan, 50, trying to track down glamour model he chatted to for a year so he can leave her £20,000 in his will says 'I'm not a stalker'
- Thomas Weir, 50, has debilitating diabetes, an MRSA infection and has lost a leg
- He thinks he doesn't have a lot of time left so wants to track down 'Laura Jones'
- Mr Weir chatted with Babestation model for a year and wants to leave her cash
Thomas Weir, 50, from Milton Keynes, wants to track down former Babestation model 'Laura Jones'
A Babestation fan is trying to track down a glamour model he spoke to on the chat show for more than a year - so he can leave her £20,000 in his will.
Besotted Thomas Weir, 50, from Milton Keynes, wants to track down 'Laura Jones' after speaking to her on the show.
Mr Weir is keen to stress he isn't a stalker and wants to leave the woman thousands of pounds - because she's 'lovely'.
He suffers with debilitating diabetes and an MRSA infection and wants to get the money to 'Laura' - believed to now be 41 - because he thinks he doesn't have long left.
However, he doesn't know where the glamour model lives and it is unclear if 'Laura Jones' is even her real name.
He said: 'I don't want to get in touch with her, that's not me. I think she'll spend the money wisely and she's such a lovely person, she is a loon - very funny.
'My nephews and nieces all live abroad and are doing very well. I have no children and there is no one else I would like to leave the money to.'
According to Mr Weir, who is originally from Greenock in Scotland, 'Laura' used to wear her hair in pigtails and had links to Pumpkin Film Production.
The company was formerly based to the east of Bristol.
He says the model could have left the city by now and her former profession - but he's hoping her family could still live in the area
Unfortunately, although Mr Weir's intentions for his assets are clear, he will not be able to leave his money to 'Laura' unless she can be properly identified.
He wants to leave her (pictured on Babestation) £20,000 but he doesn't know where the glamour model lives and it is unclear if 'Laura Jones' is even her real name
Graham Southorn, a legacy planner for Maplebrook Wills, said: 'For someone to receive inheritance as much information as is required to identify the beneficiary.
'The executors of a will have to be able to find the intended beneficiary - they can be held personally liable if a claim is made. So they need enough information to do that.'
A spokesman for Babestation said: 'We are looking to contact Laura Jones, but have not yet been successful.'