Mohammed Chtaibi (Hadjij)
Mohammed Chtaibi first met Robert Fraser in the early 1960s. He was a young Moroccan student, and he quickly became Fraser’s live in lover and personal man servant.
Is primarily known for his part in the ‘false rumour’ story that appeared in the Beatles Monthly Magazine. The story relates to a car crash involving McCartney’s ‘black’ mini-copper on the M1 motorway. Chtaibi claims that he was driving the car when it crashed.
The story was the first known example of the Beatles planting a story about a car crash and could be regarded as the birth of the whole PID enigma.
Chtaibi was also present at Redlands on the day of the bust.