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Filthy Mohammed Elhabbal Spared Jail For Urinating On Womans Leg At Drake Concert

Muslim scumbag spared prison after pissing on a womans leg at a Drake concert in Manchester. The disgusting scrubber even had the nerve to laugh in the womans face when see confronted him about his inexcusable behaviour. An apology or showing any remorse was obviously to much to ask. After all he is a Muslim male and she is just a woman and far more inferior in Islam

Somebody please tell the Muslim that pissing on people in public is not acceptable here
Somebody please tell the Muslim that pissing on people in public is not acceptable here

 

 

A man has avoided jail after he URINATED on a female fan at a Drake concert.

The incident took place at the US star’s show at Manchester Arena in February this year.

Mohammed Elhabbal urinated on the leg of a woman sat in the seat in front on him – but has been spared a jail sentence.

The victim felt warm liquid on her leg, only to find Elhabbal putting his penis away when she turned round.

He smirked at her when she confronted him about what he had done.

LAS VEGAS, NV – SEPTEMBER 23: Recording artist Drake performs onstage at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on September 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The victim, disgusted by the shocking actions, alerted security staff who attempted to eject Elhabbal from arena.

He became aggressive and officers patrolling nearby in Victoria station were called and he was subsequently arrested.

The 27-year-old was also ordered to undertake 200 hours unpaid community work and pay £685 towards costs, compensation and the victim.

Insp Michelle Wedderburn from British Transport Police said: “We police the Arena and this disgusting behaviours is certainly not something we have seen before.

“Urinating on some unsuspecting concert goer’s leg is vile and I hope that his appearance in court and subsequent suspended sentence teaches him a lesson and sends a strong message out that this sort of revolting behaviour won’t be tolerated.”

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Birmingham Shopkeeper Gave Girl Age 12, £2 For Sex

Yet another vile Muslim with an unhealthy sexual interest in very young school girls. The Islamic paedophile lured his 12 year old victim to a flat above his shop and gave her £2 cover up money for her silence after his disgusting sex acts with her. In his defence at court he said because she had been friendly with him in the shop. He thought that meant she wanted sex with him!

Like that is any kind of excuse.She was 12, thats illegal which im sure he knew the dirty nonce. Just  like the rest of these Muslim beasts that keep cropping up know its illegal. They just dont care, as long as she isnt a Muslim girl all they can think about is satisfying their own twisted sexual urges. Hence the Muslim paedo epidemic and rape jihad going on

Shop worker who lured 12-year-old girl to his home for sex jailed

26 May 2013 19:51

 

Abslan Nadli handed three-and-a-year prison term after admitting inciting a child to engage in sexual activity

 

 
Birmingham Crown Court
Birmingham Crown Court

A Birmingham shop worker who lured a 12-year-old girl to his home and then asked her for sex has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.

Illegal immigrant Abslan Nadli, 35, of Stratford Road, Hall Green, had previously admitted inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Judge Stuart Rafferty QC said “I am satisfied that the only reason you were asking those questions is that you wanted to have sexual intercourse with her.

“With commendable calmness and courage in the circumstances she said no and tried to get out of the flat.”

The judge said he accepted that Nadli had eventually let the girl out but went on “The damage had been done. She went home in fear and was very distressed by what had happened. Her confidence was shaken severely.”

Jane Sarginson, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, said on the afternoon of January 12 this year the girl, who was coming back home after a dance class, went into a newsagents on the Stratford Road.

There were two employees including the defendant and after realising she did not have any money the youngster came back out.

However as she carried on down the road she became aware that someone was following her and when she turned around saw Nadli.

The defendant then indicated that she should go into an alleyway.

The girl, thinking Nadli had something to show her, then followed him up a flight of stairs and through a door and went into a room above shops.

Nadli then asked her whether she liked boys and whether she wanted to have sex.

Miss Sarginson said the defendant then gave the victim £2 and told her not to tell anyone about what had happened but she later told her father.

William Dudley, defending, said Nadli was not a predator but was someone who was naive.

He said that the girl had been friendly and that he had “read too much into that.”

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Kebab shop supplier who used underpants as cleaning rags back in court

Remember vile Kamran Ajaib who hit the headlines for putting peoples health at risk by using scruffy old underpants to clean his filthy meat processing machines,had no sink or the relevant licences while making a small fortune supplying 20 tons a week of chicken to kebab shops. He has been back before the bench again, he was due for sentencing but seems he has got a further stay of execution until next year now as the judge has adjourned proceedings again. Due to the length of time the judge is taking my moneys on the old suspended sentence, 100 hours unpaid work and a relatively small fine compared to the £100,000’s he was raking in whilst risking the public with e-coli, dysentery or 1 of many other bugs

Meat supplier used underpants as cleaning rags

4:28pm Monday 15th October 2012 in News

Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)

  • Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)
  • Kamran Ajaib's filthy backstreet processing plant in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol, from which he supplied 20 tonnes of chicken a week to takeways as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff, Newport and Swansea. (Bristol City Council/PA)

A man from Bristol who admitted supplying 20 tonnes of chicken a week to takeaways from a filthy backstreet processing plant will have to wait until next year to be sentenced.

Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts as cleaning rags and had no wash hand basins or knife steriliser in his makeshift butchers in Maggs Lane, Fishponds.

The chicken went to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops in Bristol, as well as surrounding towns and cities as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.

But the premises had none of the necessary food hygiene approvals or licences to work with meat.

Bristol Crown Court was told that Ajaib could have made hundreds of thousands of pounds of profit from his enterprise.

Environment health officers from Bristol City Council raided the site on the Fishponds Trading Estate after a customer found a piece of metal wire in a takeaway chicken.

At a previous hearing Ajaib, of Gordon Road, Whitehall, pleaded guilty to eight charges of failing to comply with food hygiene regulations, between June 2010 and May last year. Co-defendant Hamza Poultry Limited, of which Ajaib is the sole director, admitted the same eight charges.

Ajaib had returned to court on Monday to be sentenced but Judge Julian Lambert adjourned proceedings for detailed financial investigations to be carried out into Ajaib and his company. He could face jail with the offences carrying a maximum two-year sentence and a fine.

The judge adjourned the hearing until March and released Ajaib on bail. He told Ajaib: “I take a serious view of this matter. All options are open to me. I do not think you will necessary leave with your liberty.”

Filthy Pig, Chicken supplier cleaned up with dirty underpants risking publics health

I wonder how many people have suffered food poisoning or similar after eating food which greedy Muslim Kamran Ajaib has had his grubby hands on. It made me heave just looking at the filthy underpants he used to wipe up chicken blood and other spillages.God knows what harmful bacteria is festering in that vile place that the filthy pig couldnt be bothered to clean risking the publics health. Why should he clean up, the majority of people who will end up eating it will be drunk non Muslims on their way home from the pub.All he was bothered about is lining his own pockets, It speaks volumes about how little he cared by the fact that wire was turning up in peoples chicken burger . What sort of  idiot would ruin a chicken empire and think they wouldnt need a licence. He either has a severe shortage of brain cells  or he’s a lier and acting numb to cut corners and make a fast buck. It doesnt say much for Bristol council officers if he has been able to operate for so long under the radar.

With Britain’s 2 tier justice system which favours Muslims  He will probably walk free and will only suffer a minor financial penalty. He will return to this sort of work and will break the law again and again. He is making so much money from dodging the various laws that he has long concluded that getting the odd fine now and again is nothing more than an occupational hazard. The minimal fines will not impact on his massive profit margins. He will continue to take a risk with public health churning out chicken burgers and other food products unfit for human consumption and carry on laughing all the way to the bank. 

Chicken supplier who cleaned his premises with a pair of Y-FRONTS sold 30 tons of dirty meat to takeaways every week

  • Kamran Ajaib, 27, operated Hamza Poultry Limited as makeshift butcher’s
  • Bristol centre distributed meat to shops in Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea
  • Council officers raided premises after customer found metal wire in chicken
  • Open wheelie bins containing meat debris and bones found during search
  • No washbasins by work areas, knife steriliser or any safety management

By MARK DUELL

PUBLISHED: 11:25, 11 September 2012 | UPDATED: 12:06, 11 September 2012

criminal ran unlicensed chicken factory Facing jail: Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in BristolFacing jail: Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol

A meat distributor supplied up to 30 tons of filthy chicken to takeaways every week from an unlicensed processing plant – which had no knife steriliser or hand-washing basin.

Kamran Ajaib, 27, used Y-front underpants to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, which operated as a makeshift butcher’s, Bristol Crown Court heard yesterday.

The chicken was distributed to kebab shops and takeaway restaurants across the city – and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea.

Council officials raided the plant after a customer found metal wire in their takeaway chicken.

Ajaib’s premises had none of the necessary food hygiene approvals or licences to work with meat.

He pleaded guilty to 16 charges of failing to comply with food hygiene regulations between June 2010 and May 2011, but denied any knowledge of cutting chicken on the premises.

He told a previous hearing, held at the city’s magistrate’s court last year, that the chicken arrived in boxes from European Union-regulated factories and was left in those boxes.

But city council principal environmental health officer John Barrow said equipment used in meat preparation had been found during a raid on the premises, along with off-cuts of meat.

Mr Barrow said council officers and police found work tables, a saw often used to cut meat, knives, and a chainmail glove – used by butchers to prevent accidental injuries while chopping meat.

Open wheelie bins containing meat debris and bones were also discovered in the search. Council investigators estimated the unit processed ‘in excess of 20 to 30 tons a week’ of chicken.

disgusting y fronts underpants used for cleaningHygiene issue: The court heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plantHygiene issue: The court heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plant

Dirty gloves: The chicken was distributed to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops across Bristol and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and SwanseaDirty gloves: The chicken was distributed to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops across Bristol and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea

The court was also shown a photograph of a box of meat with a pair of underpants draped over it.

It heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plant.

Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last year.

Mr Barrow said a member of the public complained to the council after finding a piece of metal wire in a chicken takeaway. A council probe into the takeaway’s suppliers led them to Hamza Poultry.

From mobile phones and receipts seized in the raid they realised the meat was being distributed across the South West to what were described in court as ‘KFC clones and kebab shops’.

breeding ground for bacteria on machines used to make chicken products destined for consumption by british people.Needing cleaning: Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last yearNeeding cleaning: Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last year

Premises: Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, from which the chicken was distributed around the South WestPremises: Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, from which the chicken was distributed around the South West

Asked what the premises needed to comply with safety standards, Mr Barrow said it lacked washbasins by work areas, a knife steriliser and any kind of safety management system.

‘It doesn’t matter whether this meat is fit for human consumption or not. It is simply because they have not got the right licences in place’

Kate Burnham, Bristol City Council

Kate Burnham, who brought the application to destroy the meat on behalf of the council, said: ‘It doesn’t matter whether this meat is fit for human consumption or not. It is simply because they have not got the right licences in place.’

Ajaib told the earlier court hearing that he had stepped in at short notice to help his family, taking over the business from a brother who had been ‘locked up’ some months before the raid.

He said he had not known he needed a licence, and that the equipment he had on the site had come from a butcher who owed him money. Ajaib faces a possible jail term when sentenced next month.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2201478/Chicken-supplier-cleaned-premises-pair-Y-FRONTS-sold-dirty-meat-takeaways.html#ixzz26IcLWfVe

2 Birmingham Filthy Take-aways fined : Is that a raisin in my curry.No its mouse shit

If your out having a few beers n the Birmingham area any time and feeling a bit hungry on the way home. If i was you id be giving them Muslim owned curry houses and take aways a wide berth or you might be finding yourself asking Is that a raisin in my curry? No its mouse shit if these 2 filthy Birmingham take aways are anything to go by that have been prosecuted for being infested with mice and cockroaches.  Play it safe and avoid catching anything, go to mc donalds .

Filthy Birmingham take away article 1

Handsworth takeaway owner fined £8,000 after dirt and mouse droppings found at curry house

By Emma McKinneyAug 29 2012

A cockroach spotted at the restaurant

THE owner of a Birmingham takeaway has been fined thousands of pounds after his curry and kebab shop was found to be riddled with mouse droppings.

Environmental health officers also discovered a cockroach when they visited Mirchi, owned by Mohammed Ayub.

They swooped on the Soho Road, Handsworth, business last October after an anonymous tip-off from a member of the public that rats had been spotted scurrying around, Birmingham Magistrates Court heard.

“Officers found mouse droppings in the kitchen in a box containing onions, as well as on the shelves of the food preparation units,” said Emma Hall, prosecuting on behalf of Birmingham City Council.

“They also found droppings on jars containing food and near food processors, as well as in an open container of milkshake powder.

“A live mouse was found on a sticky board in the cellar, as well as a cockroach on another board.

“The premises were generally in a dirty condition.

“The officers felt there was an imminent risk to consumers’ health and applied for an emergency prohibition order to close it down.”

Four days later officers returned and found the premises in a much cleaner condition and the takeaway was allowed to reopen.

However, when officers returned in December, they found Mohammed Ayub had still not implemented proper food safety practices or trained staff in hygiene.

Speaking through a translator, Ayub, 39, of Station Road, Handsworth, pleaded guilty to eight counts of breaching food hygiene regulations.

Changese Khan, defending, said: “There was a significant issue with mice at the property, which they had recognised and were acting on ahead of the officers’ first visit.

“After the visit remedial action was taken swiftly.”

He said Ayub was “functionally illiterate” and not capable of keeping records of when the premises were cleaned. Since the last inspection Ayub and his team had all undergone extensive food hygiene training, he added.

Ayub was fined £8,000 and ordered to pay £1,460 costs, as well as a £15 victim surcharge.

via Handsworth takeaway owner fined £8,000 after dirt and mouse droppings found at curry house – Top Stories – News – Birmingham Mail.

Filthy Birmingham take away article 2

Mouse droppings found in Hockley takeaway’s kitchen

by Emma McKinneyAug 31 2012

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City council pictures of the kitchen at Hockley’s King Grill and right, Jahangir Chughtai

HEALTH chiefs who inspected a filthy takeaway were horrified to discover mouse droppings littering cooking areas.

Following the visit, owner of Hockley’s King Grill – Jahangir Chughtai – has been fined thousands for breaching hygiene regulations.

My Special K

Environmental health officers also discovered mould on ceilings during the inspection last November, Birmingham magistrates were told.

“There was mouse activity throughout the ground floor,” said Emma Hall, prosecuting on behalf of Birmingham City Council. “Droppings were on the shelves beneath the sink where flour was being stored.

“There were droppings inside food cupboards and on the lid of containers storing chilli seeds.

“They were also found between takeaway bags and plastic wrapping on a table.

“Officers noted that there were gaps in the flooring and skirting boards large enough for mice to squeeze into the premises.

“There were gaps in parts where customers stand waiting to be served,” she added.

Miss Hall said the premises were dirty in general, with mould growing on the ceiling in the potato storeroom and food stored in a way it was at risk of cross-contamination.

“The officers felt there was an imminent risk to consumers’ health and sought an order to close down the business,” she added.

A day later the officers returned to find a skip full of rubbish outside the building and the premises clean, with work being done to plug the gaps.

They gave the green light for the business to re-open after two mice had been caught and there were no fresh droppings.

In court, Jahangir Chughtai, aged 35, of Ward End Park Road, pleaded guilty to seven counts of breaching food hygiene regulations.

Defending himself, Chughtai said: “I had only brought the business last May. It’s the first time I have run a takeaway and I didn’t know anything.

“I’m sorry for what happened but I was trying my best.”

He said the firm had seen trade drop by about 50 per cent since it was temporarily closed. He said he had carried out extensive repairs to the building and had borrowed cash from his uncles to do the work.

He was fined £5,250 and ordered to pay £802 costs, as well as a £15 victim surcharge.

My Special K

via Mouse droppings found in Hockley takeaway’s kitchen – Top Stories – News – Birmingham Mail.