Bernard Leo Bain was the Superintendent of Elwood Street in the late 70s and early 80s. In 1996 he fled to Pattaya to join Rabet just as police were about to arrest him for abuse of boys in care. Following allegations of sexual abuse being reported, Bain told Islington Social Services that his sexual activity with the child was ‘consensual’. Bain later moved to Morocco, where he was subsequently jailed for 8 months for abusive images of children, in the Nineties. He committed suicide in Thailand in 2000. He ran a business trip and corporate entertainment business.