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Thursday, 20 January 2011

Two men accused of making racist phone calls and threats to takeaway owner (UK)

Two men accused of making racist telephone calls to the owner of a takeaway have appeared in court.

Mohammed Ali Noor, 20, and Joynal Ali, 25, are each accused of racially aggravated harassment between January 1 and June 14 last year.

It is alleged they made threatening and abusive calls to Ofiekur Khan, owner of the Burton Spice Indian Takeaway.

The Crown says the calls included threats to Mr Khan's life and that his business would be set on fire with him in it.

Noor, of Hunt Lea Avenue, off Boultham Park Road, Lincoln, and Ali, of Dixon Street, Lincoln, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates' Court.

They were granted unconditional bail until their trial on February 25. No pleas were entered.

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