Burned Burnley shopper granted reprieve after fervent fracas



A "paranoid" teenage customer who attacked a Burnley shopkeeper he was convinced was trying to sell him fake cigarettes has walked free from court.
The town's magistrates were told how depressed loner Asif Rehman, 19, had hit Waqas Chaundry in the face, using a can of energy drink as a weapon. He then went behind the counter of the corner store on Brougham Street and struck the victim twice more in the sustained violence, which was caught on CCTV.
Mr Chaundry, who ended up on the floor, injured, in agony and bleeding heavily, told police he had known Rehman "since he was a... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 40
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