Saadi, who is the third son of the Libyan leader, also ordered his staffs to get escorts and hard drugs for him. "He was intimidating and nasty and lived a bizarre life. He did like his hookers. He'd spend ages trawling the internet for Chinese escorts, they always had to be Chinese.
"He'd show my colleague or me a picture of the girl and we rang to book a visit. He wanted them to stay all night which was £1,500," the Sun quoted the bodyguard, who was paid 300 pounds a day to protect Saadi.
He added: "Drugs were also common. Saadi asked me once if I could get him some cocaine, but I refused. He and his entourage smoked a lot of cannabis. They were high a lot of the time. There was masses of vodka too, bottles and bottles. Sometimes they hired a barman to pour their drinks for them," he refused.