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Sitting on a sofa next to a table littered with empty crisp packets, takeaway containers and a shisha pipe - this is the unlikely mastermind of a £7million Premier League streaming racket.
Mark Gould, 36, ran the huge criminal operation from his flat in south London - where he is pictured in his pyjamas after being surprised by a police raid in May 2018.
He was described as the 'prime mover' in one of the UK's largest illicit streaming scams and made millions selling £10-a-month TV sticks to over 50,000 customers and resellers.
Gould, who was jailed for 11 years yesterday at Chesterfield Crown Court, was caught with 30 linked set-top boxes that were used for the illegal operation.
He and co-conspirators Steven Gordon, Peter Jolley, William Brown and Christopher Felvus were all convicted of conspiracy to defraud, money laundering and contempt of court in the world's largest ever prosecution of an illegal streaming network.
Mark Gould, 36, can be seen sitting in his pyjama bottoms surrounded by crisp packets, shisha pipes and cardboard boxes in May 2018 as investigators search his south London home
Bodycam footage also shows around 30 linked set-top boxes used for the illegal operation piled up at the property
A sixth gang member, Zak Smith, failed to appear at court for sentencing and a warrant has been issued for his arrest, the Premier League said.
The league added that the illegal streaming businesses had 30 employees, with one undercover at a specialist anti-piracy company.
Brown, from Stoke-on-Trent, denied the offences, claiming to have been an undercover informant acting in the interests of law enforcement authorities and broadcasters
But the 33-year-old was unanimously convicted by a jury after a seven-week trial as the Premier League said he used his technical skills to hack legitimate customers' accounts to access and copy streams - intending for them to take the blame if identified by authorities.
Mark Gould - 11 year sentence, two counts of conspiracy to defraud and contempt of court
Steven Gordon - Five years nine months, two counts of conspiracy to defraud and contempt of court
Peter Jolley - Five years, two months - two counts of conspiracy to defraud and money laundering
Christopher Felvus - Three years, 11 months, two counts of conspiracy to defraud
William Brown - Four years, nine months, two counts of conspiracy to defraud
Zak Smith - Warrant issued for his arrest
The prosecution was supported by Hammersmith & Fulham Council's trading standards team and the intellectual property protection organisation Fact.
Trading standards investigator Doug Love led a raid on Gould's smart riverside flat in Greenwich, south London, in 2018.
He told BBC news: 'I don't think any of us realised how big it was. When we went into the spare bedroom, there were 20 or 30 set-top boxes linked together.'
The gang took feeds from broadcasters in the UK, Qatar, the US, Australia and Canada and streamed them a few seconds later via the Flawless service.
Between them, Gould, 36, Gordon, 46, Jolley, 41, Felvus, 36, Brown, 33, and Smith, 30,