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Peter Pannu in Court Over Unpaid Salary

Peter Pannu’s case against Birmingham International Holdings for HK$3.4million in unpaid salary has been referred to the High Court by the Labour Tribunal in Hong Kong today.

The case is due to be heard in court initially on July 17, with Pannu claiming around £275,000 in unpaid salary. This follows his letters in March of this year to BIH demanding among other things an apology for the “hurt and distress” caused by him losing his position.

The referral to the High Court is unsurprising – the last former director to sue for unpaid wages (Lee Yiu Tung) also saw his case referred to the High Court – and has yet to see his heard.

There has been no details as of yet of BIH wishing to countersue Pannu.

The court case number is HCA1355/2015.


25 Responses to “Peter Pannu in Court Over Unpaid Salary”

  • DMC says:

    Its the claims from McLeish and Lambert for the fine undercover work they did that could prove to be the most costly

  • You have to earn it to be paid it, he who works with feather duster is only sneezed at when he holds his hand out, .,.kro

  • Masaccio says:

    Can I get compensation for the hurt and distress his tenure ship at blues cost me?

  • Dave Mann says:

    The hurt and distress that guy as gone through is terrible really!!!!! ….. The hurt and distress we’ve gone through as supporters is nothing compared to that rich mans claims .. We should hold our heads in shame , totally and without a hint of remorse or anger .. That guy is hurt and deserves our utmost respect … We should have a peter pannu day in his honour , it would be the right thing to do for all dedicated and money spending fans like myself who travel all over the country supporting is team ..let’s do what’s fair to good old pete .. He’s a legend ! Kro

  • Dave Mann says:

    And piss on the fire!! Kro

  • Lee says:

    fat lad once again proving to the world what a fkin idiot he is

  • ChrisG says:

    I wish this guy would just crawl back into his little sewer & give us all some peace, I mean, considering he has already been paid millions for sitting on his big fat backside & doing absolutely nothing to earn it, what right does this vermin have to say he’s been caused distress?, he was obviously not a bluenose as being caused disress is part & parcel of supporting BCFC week in week out!!!!!!

  • Tony E says:

    I really hope E and Y find something incriminating in the BIH accounts which is directly attributable to this gentleman. He could then keep CY company, so then he wouldn’t be solitary. Win/win!

  • andyp says:

    Tony, gentleman ….really !!

  • Tony E says:

    Knowing that he reads this site I choose my words very carefully, suffice to say I dislike the man as much as any other Blues supporter.

  • Stephen Powell says:

    Who cares if he reads this site, there is nothing he can do now,he is finished,lost face and he knows it

    • almajir says:


      I care – there are still libel laws and I’m responsible for comments on it. Remember, I’ve had five legal letters in the past – and if they are about comments I’m legally obliged to hand over details. Suffice it to say, I won’t be held responsible for anything any of you say and I will delete anything libellous.

      You can dislike someone – that’s fine, that’s not libel – just don’t say anything you can’t prove in a court of law.

  • Raymondo says:

    Peter Pannu’s unbelievable statements astound me. Salary for doing what? Hurt and distress for what?
    Being vastly overpaid in the first place? I should be so lucky!

  • swissjonny says:

    I await with interest details of Mr Pannus case.Daniel-did his outburst on your site come before or after his dismissal.Certainly the money waving episode came before and various acts which could perhaps be deemed by some as bringing the name of the club into disreute.What concerns me is that Mr Pannu would not bring such an action lightly.He is no idiot -I am no fan.I really hope that he does not have some hitherto undisclosed leverage over the club which in his mind and those of his advisors justifies the risk of open court proceedings.Threatening action is one thing but going for it is another.I am afraid to say that whether reasonable or not in the view of we few he may well have a reasonable case in law and may well have his grasp on the lower abdominal regions of others who may well prefer to settle out of court.We live in interesting times.

  • tony c says:

    which salary was it ? his bih wages,his blues wages or when he locked himself in a room to give himself a really good consultancy.Hes nothing but a parasite .

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