Newly Arrived Syrian Migrant Molested Woman, Headbutted Police At Notting Hill Carnival

NOTTING HILL
A Syrian “refugee” is in court after molesting a woman and attacking a police officer at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival — crimes committed only shortly after arriving in the United Kingdom. Westminster Magistrate’s court heard how 23-year-old Mohammed Al-Youssfi — a freshly arrived immigrant claiming to be a refugee — committed an alleged sex assault against a reveller at the annual carnival, and headbutted the arresting officer. The prosecutor told the court a group of three women — including one carrying a baby — were stalked by the Syrian male as they walked away from the carnival. When they stood aside to let him pass them by on the street, he grabbed one of the women. Speaking to the court, prosecutor Edward Aydin laid out the events as they occurred: “‘He grabs the lady there, the complainant, who is 46. “She’s wearing a jumpsuit and he grabs her in a bear hug, then grabs her breasts. He’s wearing a white t-shirt and pink shorts. Al-Youssfi then pressed up against her bottom”. After police officers were called to the scene, the Syrian migrant then allegedly headbutted a police officer. The case will come before Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court on the 5th of October. Among the