Teens lured gay men on Grindr then tied them up and urinated on them
Mohammed Sohail Khan, Qaasim Ahmad, and Muhammad Umar lured gay men on dates and launched horrific homophobic attacks have been jailed for more than 37 years.
All aged 18, created fake Grindr profiles before meeting their dates in Birmingham. They attacked and robbed their victims, tied them up and assaulted them as they yelled homophobic comments. One victims was spat at and urinated on during a traumatic two hour ordeal. The gang pulled down his trousers and took a video of his genitals while making derogatory comments, Birmingham Live reports.
Another had a pair of socks stuffed into his mouth and was forced to walk through dog excrement, while a third was threatened with having his head superimposed on to a video of a paedophile, Birmingham Crown court heard. The first attack took place on January 5 2019 with three further reports being made to authorities on March 18, 24 and 29. After a major police hunt was launched, forensic scientists were finally able to trace Umar when he spat on one of his dates, leaving DNA evidence on his clothing.
CCTV from shops and cash machines where the teenagers had used their victims’ stolen bank cards were also discovered. Police believe the gang may have robbed more victims who are too scared to speak out and have urged them to come forward.
Interestingly, this is the same English city in which wide-spread protests took place opposing harmless stories featuring same-gender stories told at British schools.Last edited by LurkerJ - on 26 December 2019