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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.

After years of campaigning, they won an appeal against their convictions last week and were allowed to leave India.

This is the best thing ever, to finally be back home with my family.'Mr Dunn's sister Lisa, 37, campaigned tirelessly for his release since his ordeal first began in 2013.

Billy Irving was the first of the Chennai Six to land back in the UK and arrived at Glasgow Airport on Wednesday.

He said: 'When I was on bail I went to fast food places like KFC and Burger King, but they are not as nice as the UK versions.

It was good to have a Mc Donald's.'I am still on cloud nine. I feel like I am waiting to come down to earth.'I don't know what my plans are yet, but I will stay in the country.

In some ways, it is up to him what happens.'There are some cultural differences.'Since landing in Newcastle today Mr Dunn has sipped champagne and visited Mc Donald's where he had an extra large Big Mac meal.

He spent his afternoon visiting friends and family and by 9pm he still had not managed to have a bath - one of the things he had most been looking forward to.

Indian authorities said their weapons had not been properly declared.

The group has always denied the charges, which were initially quashed but later reinstated.

It wouldn't be fair to leave and put my family through that again.'I wouldn't have got through this without my sister Lisa who does not know the meaning of giving up.'I still haven't had a bath.

I can't wait.' Their company Advan Fort has always insisted the men were protecting other ships from pirate attacks and had done nothing wrong.

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