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Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Racist thugs urinate on shop sweets (UK)

Shop owners have been outraged by drunk, racist thugs who urinated on a shop's sweet shelves in broad daylight.
Two drunks burst into newsagent Local in Dalkeith Place, Kettering, and began urinating on the sweets as the terrified female shopkeeper looked on.

Two family members alerted by the commotion came to her aid but were subjected to vile racist abuse.

Kamal Paul, who owns convenience store Paul's Stop and Shop opposite, said: "In the 13 years I have been in business it is the most disgusting, outrageous act I have witnessed."

Police raced to the scene and caught the two men as they abused the staff.

Both were arrested but have since been released on bail.

Jaz Singh, who owns the Premier store in Avondale Road, said: "They need locking up.

"It's like they were urinating in someone's home."

Billy Singh, who owns Roundhouse Stores in Argyll Street, added: "It's disgusting.

"I'm shocked. They should be named and shamed."

Insp Neil Dorothy, of Northamptonshire Police, said: "We attended Local after we received reports of two males urinating on confectionary in the store at about 3.30pm on Friday. Six officers attended. There were two or three police cars and foot officers as well.

"There was a disturbance taking place there as we arrived. It was a 999 emergency and we got there very quickly. There were people shouting in the background when the owner called us.

"Two people were arrested for criminal damage and racially aggravated public disorder."

Evening Telegraph