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Passenger from hell yelled 'white children are easy to rape"


A plane passenger from hell who shouted 'white children are easy to rape' has been jailed for 14 months after drunkenly hurling racist and misogynistic abuse towards women on two flights back to Britain.

Father-of-three Mohammed Shiraz Riaz, 42, fat-shamed an air stewardess and called her a 'f…ing white b****' during a nightmare journey from Marrakesh, Morocco, to Liverpool John Lennon airport, before later biting a policeman and leaving him with teeth marks on his arm.

Despite being arrested and bailed to face trail, car valeter Riaz was able to book a second flight to Istanbul, and on the way back to Manchester hurled a torrent of sexist and racist abuse towards cabin crew, fellow passengers, police and female airport officials.

During the flight Riaz, who it emerged had a string of 30 offences on his record, was seen drunkenly shadow boxing in the aisles and punching the seats.

When he was subsequently thrown off the plane, he unleashed a vile foul-mouthed tirade at a female Border Force official, saying: 'You f***ing b**** I bet you didn't get your leg over last night. You need a good s**g.'

And as he was led away to the cells Riaz shouted: 'F*** you slag - I'll punch your f***ing head in'.

As he was placed in a police van, he went on: 'No wonder it's so easy for us to rape your white children - you're all a bunch of p******. You f***ing s***s, fat-a*** c****. White woman are easy to rape. White children are easy to rape because white men are p******.'

Riaz was not charged with any racially aggravated offences.

It emerged Riaz, from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, had a string of 30 offences on his record for drink related thuggery, including assault on police and being drunk and disorderly.

In 2019 he was convicted of criminal damage after he smashed up a camper van and two hotel rooms but he was freed with a community order.

At Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester, Riaz was jailed for 14 months after he admitted being drunk on an aircraft, assaulting an emergency worker and four charges of using threatening behaviour.

He appeared in court via video link from jail after a warrant was issued for his arrest after he repeatedly failed to attend earlier hearings, claiming he had Covid 19.