LONDON (Agencies) - The UK Press Complaint Commission has handed Yasir Hameed a victory of sorts by ordering the News of the World to take off from its website a video and story about the Pakistan opener in which he was seen discussing the fall-out from the Lord's spot-fixing scandal as well as an approach by a bookie in 2004. Hameed, who was part of the Test side during the 2010 tour to England but hasn't played for Pakistan since, maintained that he was duped by the investigative reporter who came to him in a Nottingham hotel claiming to be a representative of a global airline who wanted to talk sponsorship deals. Instead, Hameed became the subject of a video sting operation and was made to answer to the board's integrity committee. He apologised to the board but was barred from a couple of domestic tournaments thereafter. Soon after the video came to light, Hameed was called to the Pakistan High Commission in London to explain his utterances in the video. He issued a statement later that day saying that the man, an Abid Khan, sent him intimidating SMSs after the meeting when Hameed denied what had been attributed to him. Hameed eventually filed a formal complaint against the newspaper in February centred on four points, of inaccurate reporting, a breach of privacy, misrepresentation of character and harassment.