Man in his 60s arrested for harassing Muslim schoolgirls saying they should be sterilised

A man who allegedly followed a gathering of Muslim girls and hurled racist abuse at them has been captured. 

The man, who is accepted to be in his 60s, was arrested after film developed of a gathering of young ladies strolling along a road in East London. 

A voice can be heard calling them 'c**ts' and disclosing to them they ought to be infused so as to 'burn their ovaries out' so they 'can’t multiply'. 

The young ladies were recorded outside Central Foundation Girls School, in Bow, east London, on Friday evening. 

He more than once alludes to the students as 'c**ts' and mumbles 'this was England' while strolling past one littler gathering. 

The man keeps on following the youngsters saying they 'are going to breed like f***ing rodents' before referencing Nazi Josef Mengele, who amid the Holocaust hand-chose jail camp unfortunate casualties for restorative trials. 

On camera, the man says the students ought to be infused to make them barren. 

Police are researching and the video has been denounced by Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs and Councilor Asma Begum. 

In an announcement, the match stated: 'We know about the video that has been circled demonstrating a man making very hostile remarks outside Central Foundation Girls School. 

'We censure the utilization of this provocative talk. Tower Hamlets is home to individuals from everywhere throughout the world and we are pleased with our history which has been advanced by movement.' 

They included: 'We will dependably test cynicism like this and remain standing for all our locale. 

 

'We have been in contact with the school and will offer them support and proceeding to screen this circumstance. 

'We are one network in Tower Hamlets and stand shoulder to bear against the individuals who attempt and gap us.' 

The Met Police got reports of 'bigot and damaging video film' posted online on Friday. 

'The recording is accepted to have been caught in Tower Hamlets and shows students, some of whom are wearing hijab head covers,' a Met representative said. 

'A male voice can be heard on the clasp giving damaging and hostile analysis. 

'The youngsters seemed uninformed of the taping and no charges have been made to police.'

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