A COMPUTER expert could be jailed after forging tickets to commute free to London for more than two years. IT consultant Jonathan Moore, 27, saved more than 12,000 in fares by faking three-month tickets for his daily trip from East Sussex to the capital. His ruse was only spotted when an inspector noticed that his tickets colour looked wrong during a routine inspec- tion on board a train. Moore, from Hove, used his computer skills to design the convincing-looking pass on his home PC. By presenting it to inspectors on his daily journey to the capital he escaped the usual monthly charge of 333 from July 2006 until November last year. Police found he had forged rail tickets dating back years and London Lite Friday, 14 August 2009 iconic fish restaurant the sea shell goes up in flames commuters 12k of free train travel on fake pass Nowthat Isachip panblaze michael tell-all delayed ONE of Londons most celebrated fish and chip restaurants has been wrecked in a fire. More than 40 firefighters fought the blaze at the Sea Shell in Lisson Grove, Marylebone. Dozens of diners were led to safety from the premises before firefighters arrived just after 5.35pm GEORGE MICHAELS tell-all autobiography will not be completed for at least another year, his publishers have confirmed. The openly gay singer, 46, turned down the services of a ghostwriter in favour of writing the book himself and received a 6m advance two years ago, but has yet to finish the manuscript. The book will rectify several omissions in his 1990 autobiography, Bare, in which he was painted as something of a ladies man. by mark blunden LondontoHoveforTWOyears New book: Michael thames banks get a clean-up Hundreds of volunteers will clean up the banks of the Thames from 20-23 August. Plastic bags, trolleys and discarded bicycles will be cleared at Bishops Park and Hurlingham Park in Fulham, Woolwich and the Isle of dogs. Junk diet makes the brain flabby BIngeIng on fatty junk food can make you less intelligent, a study found. As well as expanding your waistline, a diet of kebabs, burgers and chips can damage short-term memory and decrease the ability to exercise, Oxford university found. yesterday. No one was hurt. However, much of the restaurant, which has been serving celebrities and families for more than four decades, was destroyed by the fire, the cause of which is being investigated. Lisson Grove remained sealed off, causing major disruption in the surrounding area.Up in smoke: a firefighter at door of the burning Sea Shell Truly battered: the burnt-out remains of the restaurants kitchens discovered the incriminating ticket designs on his computer. At Brighton Magistrates Court Moore admitted fraud, making 74 forged travel tickets and possessing 11 forged tickets. Magistrates warned him he could be jailed and said sentencing him was beyond their powers. Moore, who has no previous convic- tions, was bailed to appear at Lewes Crown Court later this month. DC Rob Cager, who led the British Transport Police investigation, said: The simple fact is he abused his skills. Fare-dodgers are believed to cost transport operators 210m a year, 25m on the London Underground alone. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html