Moorer chased with roofer's tool

Published: Thursday, 11 February 2021

AN ARREST warrant is out for the man who conned the people for boats and moorings on the Thames.

Myck Djuberg sold residential houseboats at moorings near Hampton Court on the Thames though the mooring had no planning permission for residential use. (Developer sold residential boats without planning permission).

Ordered to pay £1.8 millions

He appeared in court and was ordered to pay back £1.8 millions for two houseboats to the buyers he misled, because of misrepresentation and breach of contract.

He is now in further trouble being in dispute with Klaus Beversluis over the rental at his Hampton Riviera Boat Yard in Richmond on the Thames.

Additional and unwarranted charges

Mr Beversluise had rented mooring space for five years at the boatyard and then Djuberg ‘sprung’ additional and unwarranted charges, he told Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court, adding:

"He tried to get another £5,500 out of us by charging extra service charges which were not due at all.

"I decided to go to the office to speak to Mr Djuberg and re-affirm the email I sent previously that we would vacate if he refunded our pre-paid moorings.

"When I went to the office I knocked then entered. He was sat at his desk, the second I came in he leapt up from behind his desk and almost ran towards me. He shouted ‘get out of here, get out of here’ at me."


Mr Beversluise offered to vacate immediately, but Djuberg said 'no' and started trying to evict him and his partner, further telling the court that Djuberg raised a roofing tool and struck him on the back of the head as he was turning to leave then another blow was struck.

This was all confirmed by body-worn footage, shown to the court. ‘The threats of breaking his f****** head were clearly heard on the video.

Found guilty

He was found guilty of assault by beating and using threatening words and behaviour with the intent to cause fear or provoke unlawful violence.

He did not appear at court and a warrant is out for his arrest.