About UK's Scariest Debt Collector
After five years in prison, Shaun Smith uses his skills as an ex gang member to strike fear into the hearts of those who fail to pay debts.

A typical debt for Shaun is a dispute between a gangster and a businessman to the tune of £300,000. Shaun is tasked with recovering the debt, aided by a dog unit for backup.

This documentary journeys into Shaun's life as the UK's scariest and most notorious debt collector.
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