Sir Mo Farah last night paid an emotional tribute to his wife and children as TV viewers sobbed watching how he was rescued from alleged child slavery by a heroic PE teacher

Sir Mo Farah last night paid an emotional tribute to his wife and children as TV viewers sobbed watching how he was rescued from alleged child slavery by a heroic PE teacher.

The four-time Olympic champion, 39, revealed in a BBC documentary how he was brought to the UK from Somalia illegally, having assumed the name of another child, after his father was killed in the civil war. 

Sir Mo detailed his arrival in the UK aged nine, adding that he was forced to cook and clean for the family that brought him to Britain, working as a domestic servant and Turnkey Sportsbook Software looking after children younger than him.

<div class="art-ins mol-factbox news halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-f2cd4470-0302-11ed-9f1a-7731f02227b9" website PE teacher saved Mo Farah after he was trafficked to the UK