UPDATE - 02/24/09 "A man sprayed a mixture of urine and faeces in two supermarkets, a pub and a bookshop in Gloucestershire, a jury at Bristol Crown Court has heard. Sahnoun Daifallah, 42, of Bibury Road, Gloucester, is alleged to have caused damage estimated at £700,000 last May. Mr Daifallah pleaded not guilty to four charges of contaminating goods and two of damaging property. He also denied possession of material to contaminate goods and possession of an offensive weapon. The court heard he visited the Air Balloon pub near the village of Birdlip on 14 May 2008 where police were called after he asked a barmaid how much it would cost to rape her." For article go to: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/gloucestershire/7906639.stm
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42 year old, Sahnoun Daifallah, appeared in front of a magistrate on charges he squirted a "foul-smelling" substance, later determined to be a mixture of feces and urine, over frozen chips and wine bottles at a Tesco in Gloucester - he then went on to shower and ruin 706 children’s books at Waterstones in Cirencester, Gloucs. Not quite satisified with showering his human liquid waste concoction over just two stores, Mr Daifallah proceeded to the Air Balloon pub where, after making offensive comments to the barmaid, he proceeded to sprinkle more feces and urine all over the pub food. This filthy defilement of property has cost the business owners considerable amounts of money to clean their establishment as well as replace the urine-fecal destroyed items.
This case is reminiscent of my past posting " I'll think I'll pass on this cake" from February 2008. In this case Cardiff Wales muslim Pizzaria shop owners, Saeed Hasmi and Jan Yadgari, "accidentally" sold chocolate cake with human faeces on top. Must be a new muslim icing recipe. Of course these "culinary specialists" admitted the charge but have no idea how the cake got those brown "sprinkles" on top - guess they were airborne."
Or another recent case from Dallas, USA where Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh, 49, is on trial for allegedly throwing the feces on pastries at a Fiesta grocery store. Police said that during an investigation, they found a pile of human feces by his bed. Investigators believe Nahidmobarekeh would dry the feces, either by microwave or just letting it sit out, grate it up with a cheese grater and then sprinkle it at the store. A young boy, maybe 3 years old, was later seen on the surveillance tape, eating one of the defiled cookies."
There appears to be a nasty and disgusting pattern emerging - muslim men conducting a body waste Jihad. Such body fluids would be considered hazardous waste in a medical setting. With the numbers of serious and often fatal diseases, including polio and hepatitis, that can be carried by human waste - there needs to be harsher penalties for fecal jihadists.
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Sahnoun Daifallah, 42, allegedly squirted a "foul-smelling" substance over frozen chips and wine bottles at a Tesco in Gloucester.
He is also said to have carried out a similar attack in Morrisons four miles away on the same day.
Prosecutor Liz Thomas claimed that, two days earlier, Daifallah used an improvised device to shower hundreds of children’s books at Waterstones in Cirencester, Gloucs.
That day he is also said to have squirted the liquid over food in the Air Balloon pub, near Cheltenham, Gloucs.
Ms Thomas said the total damage was ?10,000, although the final bill for cleaning up the supermarkets and replacing the food would come to hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Daifallah, of Bibury Road, Gloucester, indicated not guilty pleas to four charges of contaminating products between May 14 and May 16 this year.
Wearing a black top, with a full beard and long black wavy hair, Daifallah, spoke to confirm his name and address.
Magistrates in Cheltenham remanded Daifallah in custody and adjourned the case to May 28 when he will appear via videolink at Stroud for committal proceedings.
The Tesco store in Quedgeley, and the Morrisons, in Glevum Way, were both shut for much of Friday and all day on Saturday while all the stock in each store was removed.
Ms Thomas said a "squeezy sports bottle" had been used to propel the liquid into a freezer of chips, and later over a wine rack.
After going into the toilets at Waterstones in Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Daifallah is alleged to have ruined 706 books, many of them in the children’s section, with a "very smelly, brown, unpleasant substance".
Previously that day he was said to have released the liquid in the Air Balloon at Birdlip after making offensive comments to a barmaid.
Preliminary tests by Tesco have shown the fluid to be a mix of urine, faeces and domestic products, the court heard.
Ms Thomas said a possible motive had yet to be established