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Friday, 27 August 2010

Man admits racial slurs (UK)

A man with BNP links who shouted racist slurs while out shopping has been told all options will be open to his sentencing judge.

Peter King appeared at Teesside Crown Court to enter an 11th-hour guilty plea.

King, 38, admitted harassing Sajida Islam at Tesco Extra, in Burn Road, Hartlepool, on October 14 last year.

He had been due to stand trial for the offence after repeatedly denying the matter, but changed his plea yesterday morning.

King, of Bluebell Way, Hartlepool, had also previously admitted a separate charge of possessing an offensive weapon – an ornamental mace – on December 24 last year.

He will be sentenced for both offences on September 16 after Judge Peter Bowers adjourned his case for pre-sentence reports.

Judge Bowers told King: "You will have bail but the judge on the next occasion will decide what happens."

King was accompanied to court by his partner, Cheryl Dunn, who unsuccessfully contested the Hartlepool mayoral position last year for the BNP, as well as losing out in the race to become Easington's MP in May's elections.

Hartlepool Mail