Islam in public is the most overtly homophobic of religions. Yet there is never a shortage of Muslim gay sexual predators who target vulnerable boys and men. Take Muslim Mohammed Ali from Tulse Hill as an example. The pervert followed a teenage boy onto the London transport system before inciting him to perform sex acts. Mr Ali is now on a 4 year all inclusive holiday at one of Her Majesty’s finest establishments amongst many fellow Islamic wrong uns.
Pervert followed boy, 15, on London transport and offered him money to perform a sex act
A man who offered a teenage boy drugs and money to perform a sex act on him on the DLR has been jailed.
Mohammed Ali, from Tulse Hill, approached the 15-year-old on a Northern line tube between Old Street and Bank in November last year.
He then followed the teenager onto a DLR service going towards Limehouse.
The 34-year-old offered his victim drugs and money to perform a sex act on him, Blackfriars Crown Court heard.
The boy fled and informed the police.
Ali was sentenced to four years behind bars at the same court last week after pleading guilty to inciting a child to commit a sexual act at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in June.
He also admitted offering to supply a controlled drug, for which he was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment to run concurrently.
He was also convicted of breaching a sexual offences prevention order, for which he was handed a year-long jail sentence, which will also run concurrently.
Detective Constable Martin Chapman said: “Ali purposefully approached a person who was underage and tried to persuade them to engage in sexual activity.
“Sexual offences of any kind will not be tolerated on our trains and the victim did the right thing in immediately reporting this offence to police.”
Steve Burton, director of enforcement at Transport for London, added: “We commend the young boy for having the strength to approach the police after what must have been a difficult experience.
“If someone has made you feel uncomfortable in anyway while travelling on our network, whether by carrying out an indecent act or, as in this case, making an approach to you, we urge you to speak to police or our station staff.
“We do not tolerate this behaviour on our network and will continue to work with our policing partners to do all we can to ensure offenders receive the toughest penalties available.”
If you have been a victim of a sexual offence, or witness anything like this happening, contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016.