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Cat Vindaloo : Bag Of Cat Heads Found In Manchesters ‘Curry Mile’

Can i have a Cat vindaloo curry please……

Council workers in Manchester have found a bin bag containing Cat heads in a heavy Islamized area of Manchester known as ‘Curry Mile’ due to the amount of halal take-aways and curry houses on the stretch of road.

“At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered “

You don’t have to be a genius work that one out!!!!!

Wilmslow Road, Rushome known as Manchester's  'Curry Mile' 1 mile of Muslim owned take aways and curry restaurants in heavily Islamized area

Wilmslow Road, Rushome known as Manchester's  'Curry Mile' 1 mile of Muslim owned take aways and curry restaurants in heavily Islamized area
Wilmslow Road, Rushome known as Manchester’s ‘Curry Mile’ 1 mile of Muslim owned take aways and curry restaurants in heavily Islamized area

Bin bag full of cat heads dumped on busy Manchester street

A BIN BAG filled with cat heads has been found on a street in Manchester.

Published: Sat, August 16, 2014   Daily Express

The cat heads were found in the dumped bin bag by council workersThe cat heads were found in the dumped bin bag by council workers[GETTY]
Furious council bosses have launched an urgent investigation to find those responsible.The bag containing the animal remains was found off Wilmslow Road in Rusholme, close to the city’s famous Curry Mile.Council workers were called to the area after residents complained of fly-tipping.According to the Manchester Evening News, a memo read that the content in the bag was ‘cat heads’.

Stephen Woods, Chairman at Wythenshawe and Sale East Conservative Association, said the council need to take action.

“We were all absolutely flabbergasted when we found out about this.

“It’s absolutely disgraceful the way they have been treated.”

Council workers found the bag close to Walmer Street in ManchesterCouncil workers found the bag close to Walmer Street in Manchester [GETTY]

It’s absolutely disgraceful the way they have been treated.

Stephen Woods, council chairman

The council said the “distressing and sickening” incident is now under investigation.A Manchester city council spokesman said: “A member of our team was called to an address in Rusholme earlier today and discovered a fly-tipped black bin liner containing animal remains.“This is obviously an incredibly distressing and sickening incident which we are now looking into but this is the first incident of its kind we have come across.“At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered but we will be contacting the RSPCA as this is clearly an extreme example of animal cruelty.”

Bradford Woman Has Curry Powder Thrown In Her Face By Muslim Robber

Police in Yorkshire have released an E-fit of a Muslim thug who threw curry powder in a females face during attempted robbery in Bradford. Violence is second nature to Muslims, the fact it was against a female is irrelevant to the Islamic cowards. They have no morales what so ever. 

Police reveal face of would-be robber as woman recalls how attack left her scared

Muslim robber attacked female in Bradford and threw curry powder in her face

6:00am Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News By Steve Wright, Crime Reporter

An e-fit of the man who threw curry powder in an attempted robbery

Detectives, hunting a robber who threw curry powder into a woman’s face, have released an e-fit image of the suspect.

The man fled empty-handed when the plucky woman put up a fight as he tried to wrestle her laptop computer from her grasp.

The 43-year-old victim, who was walking to work when she was attacked, yesterday told how she had been left scared and shaken by her ordeal.

But the care worker, who was too frightened to be identified, told the Telegraph & Argus yesterday: “I was determined he wasn’t going to get away with my property.”

The woman was in Butler Street West, in Barkerend, Bradford, at about 7.15am last Saturday, when the male suspect threw the powder in her face and made demands for the victim’s laptop, which she was carrying in a case.

She refused to hand it over and there was a struggle which ended with the suspect running away from the scene empty-handed.

The victim suffered stinging to her eyes and she was unable to see properly, but she was helped by members of the public. She is not believed to have suffered any long term injury, but was left shaken.

She said: “He came up from behind and threw curry powder in my face. I asked him to leave me alone and said I would phone the police.

“He tried to snatch my bag and get hold of my laptop. There was a struggle. I was pushing at him to get him away and shouting at him. He seemed to realise he wasn’t going to get anything, and ran off.

“I was really frightened but I put up a fight and that’s why he didn’t get anything. I still feel very shaken by what happened. I am looking over my shoulder and wont go out on my own. I am getting lifts to and from work.

“I want this man to be caught and anyone who knows who he is should come forward.”

The suspect was an Asian man, in his late teens to early 20s, of average build and with short black hair, a round face, thin lips, stubble on both cheeks and a small flat nose. He spoke with a Yorkshire accent and was wearing a bright white woolly cardigan, light grey jogging bottoms and dark footwear.

Any witnesses, or anyone with information, are asked to contact Detective Constable Jazz Gill, at Bradford South CID, on (01274) 376742, or via 101.

via Face of man who threw curry powder in woman’s face (From Asian Image).

Bolton Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food

Another Muslim owned takeaway flouting health and safety laws by selling drunk party-goers in Bolton food unfit for human consumption. The Nile, in Bradshawgate, Bolton town centre the main area people go on a night out with many pubs and clubs , has been shut down after repeatedly ignoring warnings and putting peoples health at risk in order to make a quick buck

Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food

8:34am Thursday 13th December 2012 in News


TAKEAWAY has been closed by a judge after inspectors found mouldy onion bhajis and meat with an offensive odour which was deemed “unfit for human consumption”.

The Nile, in Bradshawgate, Bolton town centre, had failed to comply with hygiene standards for years.

Environmental health staff repeatedly visited the takeaway, giving advice and issuing improvement notices.

Complaints included an unclean floor, damaged shelves in a fridge and a freezer that did not shut properly.

Judge Timothy Clayson, at Bolton Crown Court yesterday, made a prohibition order preventing The Nile from being used for any food businesses after a “long history of non-compliance”.

Partners in the business Abid Patel, aged 28, Sajid Patel, aged 20, and Tahir Patel, aged 30, all of Belmont Road, had earlier admitted a series of hygiene failures.

Sophie Cartwright, prosecuting, said hygiene notices were first issued by Bolton Council on December 16, 2010.

After further visits, conditions had improved but the men were still not complying with food safety management systems and hazard analysis had not been carried out.

A hygiene noticed was issued on December 24, 2010, because an oven needed to be cleaned thoroughly and repairs were needed. But the work had not been carried out a month later.

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A mouldy onion bhaji was bagged up by council staff on a visit on April 6 — but was removed when they turned their backs.

Other mouldy bhajis and the cooked meat, which is believed to have been sold to a customer, were found in October last year.

Phillip Parry, defending Abid Patel, the business’ licence holder, said the offence was down to his inexperience.

He was now working at another family-run takeaway in Chorley.

William Donnelly, defending Sajid Patel, said his role in the business was more “ministerial than managerial”.

Peter Cunliffe, for Tahir Patel, said he worked there to support his wife and two children.

Judge Clayson said: “Really no efforts had been made to bring it up to standard.”

Abid Patel was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work after admitting six counts of failing to comply with hygiene improvement notices and three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption. He was ordered to pay £1,250 court costs.

Sajid Patel will complete 150 hours of unpaid work after he pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to comply with hygiene improvement notices and three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption.

He was ordered to pay £1,250 court costs.

Tahir Patel admitted three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption.

He will carry out 120 hours of unpaid work and pay £1,000 costs.

A Bolton Council spokesman said: “The order remains in place until the council issues a certificate to the effect that they are satisfied that the food business operator has taken sufficient measures to remove the health risk conditions.”

via Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food (From The Bolton News).

Bradford Restaurant fined £15,000 for rats infestation



A greedy Muslim restaurant owner from Bradford who couldnt be bothered to get his rat infested premises sorted out has been hit with a 15 grand fine. His disregard for peoples health and well being by letting disease carrying vermin live in his curry house making no attempt to exterminate  is simply inexcusable. At the end of the day he could of at least made some attempt and gone down the pound shop and bought some of them glue traps that they sell there for a £1. If he cant be bothered to spend a fiver and do that, i dread to think what the quality of  meat and other ingredients must be like that he puts in his currys

ta big dirty rat finishes off someones left over chicken korrma

muslim take away owner disregarded peoples health and well being by letting his premises become rat infested

chefs special. rat burger with salad and sauce.Eat at a muslim take away risk your health

The owner of a restaurant was fined £15,000 after a Court heard he ignored a “long-standing” rat infestation in a cellar.

Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday that 34-year-old Javed Iqbal, owner of Omar Khan’s on Little Horton Lane, had been told by staff that four rats were “living in the cellar” eight weeks before Bradford Council workers carried out an on-the-spot inspection last December.

Harjit Ryatt, prosecuting for the Council, said Iqbal had called in a pest controller to identify how the creatures were getting in, but failed to take any further action until inspectors saw rats running across a cellar littered with fresh and old droppings.

The rodents had established “rat runs” and had “heavily gnawed” a box of pappadums and a bag of onions stored on the floor, which had evidence of rats’ urine, he added.

Iqbal, of North Park Road, Heaton – who, the court heard, had remedied the problem within a day – admitted six breaches of hygiene legislation, including failing to stop rodents entering the premises, failing to keep the restaurant clean and maintained and failing to store food to prevent contamination.

Iqbal is the nephew of new Bradford Bulls’ owner Omar Khan who, although the restaurant carries his name, does not own or run the restaurant.


Magistrates heard an inspector visiting the premises saw “one large rat running across the wall into a boiler on the adjacent wall” as she entered the cellar.

“She then saw a further two rats appear,” Mr Ryatt said.

The court heard Iqbal voluntarily agreed to close the premises and the officers called in colleagues to make a further inspection of the premises.

He told officers he had called in a pest controller eight weeks earlier to identify the rats’ “various entry points” after staff reported the problem, but took no further action.

“It’s quite telling that while the premises had been voluntarily closed, the defendant did engage the pest controller’s services and was able to remedy the problem within one day,” Mr Ryatt added.

Magistrates were told that during the inspection, officers found no evidence of any disinfectant on the premises.

Mr Ryatt said: “It puts in question the ability of the premises to make sure work surfaces were adequately disinfected before their contact with food.”

Officers also discovered raw meat stored in a fridge above cooked food and a dirty cheese grater.

Abdul Iftikhar, mitigating, said Iqbal had taken over the running of the restaurant after his father became ill and had left staff in charge while he was away looking after his family from March to October last year.

“When he did return to the restaurant he was made aware there was a hygiene problem and he did, to his credit, contact a pest controller.”

He added the pest controller had set traps, but the problem had continued.

Magistrates were shown photographs of the remedial action taken and were told the restaurant had been able to reopen within 48 hours of closing.

“This has been a glitch in the otherwise exemplary record of Omar Khan’s. Mr Iqbal accepts he is responsible for the failings on his part,” Mr Iftikhar said.

Magistrates handed him a £2,500 fine for each of the six breaches and ordered him to pay £1,835 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

After the hearing, owner Javed Iqbal said: “We are deeply disappointed by today’s events but we want to stress to our customers that they have no need to worry about the hygiene or cleanliness of any of the food prepared in this restaurant.

“Rats are a problem for many businesses in this area and we have complained numerous times to the Council about the fact that more effort is needed to control them. This part of the city centre does have a pest control problem and we do everything in our power to ensure that our kitchens are protected.

“The rats got in through a hole behind the boiler in the cellar which we don’t use and we’ve made sure that nothing like this can ever happen again.

“Our kitchens are spotless and there is absolutely no risk to the public.”

via Restaurant fined £15,000 for rats infestation (From Asian Image).