A man who pretended he was Peter Kay's brother so that he could con pub landlords has pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud.
Peter Stead, 50, of no fixed abode, has admitted five fraud offences - three in Derby, one in Nottinghamshire and one in Northamptonshire.
He has been remanded in custody ahead of his sentencing on June 21.
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