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We had a lot of fun together.'I told her all about my situation and she was very understanding.'Once I was locked up again it was hard for us, but it meant the world to me that I had someone there in the country rooting for me.She got me through the very worst of times.'She visited me religiously during visiting hours which were every fortnight, bringing all my post with her.'That in itself was a great help, vital really, as the Indian postal system is not very good, and it meant I could keep in contact with everyone I needed to.'Mr Dunn spent time with Ms Das after his release from prison last week following a successful appeal.They argued the weapons were lawfully held and their paperwork, issued by the UK Government, was in order.Former British soldier Nick Dunn - one of the so-called Chennai Six - has revealed he found love while facing a trial in India.But he said he managed to survive the ordeal thanks to the support from his family and Ms Das.The pair met while Mr Dunn was having a drink in a bar while on bail and she asked him about his tattoos.
He stopped briefly to speak to the media and expressed his thanks to supporters of the campaign for his release.
Speaking to the Mail Online, he said: 'We had a normal relationship to begin with, she was lovely.
We went to bars and restaurants like any normal couple.
They were sentenced to five years in 2016 and were being held in the prison in Chennai, formerly known as Madras. The other men are Nick Dunn, 31, of Ashington, Northumberland, John Armstrong, 30, of Wigton, Cumbria, Nicholas Simpson, 47, of Catterick, North Yorkshire, Ray Tindall, 42, of Chester, and Paul Towers, 54, of Pocklington, East Yorkshire.
Yvonne Mc Hugh, partner of Mr Irving, said last month: 'Billy called straight away, he couldn't quite believe it had happened.On November 27, the High Court acquitted the crew from the MV Seaman Guard Ohio ship after a judge ruled the prosecution did not prove their case.