Rape jihadist Mohammed Abul Hassan (born 17/7/88) of Windsor Road, Oldham, has appeared in court for the daytime attempted rape on a teen girl in Oldham’s Spindles Shopping Centre. He is claiming the attack on a female he had never met before was consensual and fooling around. Flashing your cock, groping somebody, pinning them against a wall and trying to rape somebody may be considered consensual in Pakistan or somewhere else that’s ruled under woman-hating sharia law, because the woman can’t NOT give consent. In the UK, sex obsessed Allah has no authority on our laws(yet) and its very much non consensual here.
Sex attack in broad daylight
Date published: 20 February 2014
A MAN deliberately targeted and tried to rape a teenage girl in the Spindles shopping centre, a court has been told.
Mohammed Hassan (25) picked out the young woman – 19 at the time of the attack – last August.
After firstly chatting, he approached her again shortly afterwards, pinned her against a wall and began groping her. He went on to try to pull down her trousers, telling her: “Please let me do it. I need to have a good time.” The jury was told the terrified girl had been certain he was going to rape her.
Guy Mathieson, prosecuting, told Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court that Hassan had clearly formed an attraction for the teenager, which wasn’t returned.
Hassan, of Windsor Road, Oldham, was warded off, but then exposed himself and tried to force her into performing a sex act.
When she resisted, he believed it was because they were in a public place, and suggested moving to nearby toilets. When he released her she ran to security guards.
Hassan has pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault against the woman, now 20, and two counts of attempted rape.
The court was told he had never before had any kind of relationship with the woman. He admitted touching her bottom but insisted the acts were consensual, all down to a “bit of fooling around.”
Mr Mathieson said Hassan had tried to convince police the incident had been “blown totally out of proportion”.
The trial continues.