Sheffield Man With Fire Extinguisher Hose Up His Bum Racially Abused Staff At London Premier Inn
TO the Premier Inn on London’s Leicester Square, where CCTV records a man emerging from a storage cupboard with a fire extinguisher hose up his bottom. He is pleasuring himself. He then urinates on the carpets. A hotel worker arrives. He is carrying a towel. This worker is Bangladeshi. He wraps the man in the towel. Police are called.
Wind the clock forward and Joseph Small, 20, is in the dock at Westminster magistrates’ court. The court hears that he told the hotel worker: ‘This country has been taken over by al-Qaeda – go back to Pakistan.”
He then added to anyone within earshot: “I come from Sheffield in England.”
Small, as a noble Sheffield lad must, admits criminal damage, racially aggravated harassment and outraging public decency.
Sentencing has been adjourned until December 3 for reports.
Al-Qaeda is considering recalling its ambassador.