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Manchester United in fresh security alert as youths break into Old Trafford before Michael Carrick testimonial

Manchester United1 have suffered a fresh security alert after youths broke into Old Trafford on the eve of Michael Carrick’s2 testimonial.

The group of teenagers evaded stadium security and scaled Old Trafford, entering the world famous stadium via the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand. The 16-18-year-olds risked their lives walking around the perimeter of the Old Trafford roof and dangling their feet over the edge, before running over the pitch. The group, devotees of Parkour, the urban free-running discipline, even sat in the dug-out, which was later occupied by Carrick, former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and a host of star names for the 70,000 sell-out testimonial.

The youths, who posted a video of their exploits on YouTube, were eventually chased away from Old Trafford by security in the early hours of June 4, just hours before Carrick’s star-studded testimonial, which drew a net capacity crowd.

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The episode is the latest security embarrassment for United, after two foregoing students, who had been on a stadium tour, managed to sleep overnight at Old Trafford in a bid to watch a game against Arsenal the following day, but were foiled when they were discovered by security staff. And on the final day of the 2015-16 season, United’s game against Bournemouth was abandoned following a bomb scare, although it later emerged the device found in a toilet cubicle at Old Trafford was a dummy device left behind following a security training exercise. United confirmed the latest episode in a statement today which read: “In the early hours of last Sunday morning, stadium security chased 4 urban climbers off the premises at Old Trafford after they had gained access to the stadium illegally, by scaling the outer works area of the stadium and gaining access to the roof . Such efforts appear to be motivated by a trend for similar actions on social media and followed a successful attempt to climb to the roof of a city centre hotel earlier that day.

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“Their stupid and irresponsible actions, especially at such a sensitive time, put last Sunday’s game at risk and occupied both club staff and, more importantly, police officers in hours of work to make sure that the stadium was safe to stage the match.

“The response of the police was outstanding . With over 130,000 people coming into the Old Trafford area on Sunday, the last thing they needed was to have their time wasted in this way .

But as ever, they conducted a thorough search of the stadium to confirm it was safe to hold the match.

The security of fans attending games at Old Trafford is our highest priority and we work constantly with all local authorities and security contractors and advisors to keep all security measures, systems and protocols under constant review .

The fact that the necessary checks were carried out in time for the game to go ahead is testament to those close relationships.”

References

  1. ^ Manchester United (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ Michael Carrick’s (www.mirror.co.uk)

Security stepped up at Cambridge mosques after early morning bacon hate crime

Police are increasing patrols at two mosques in Cambridge after strips of bacon were today (June 8) left on the car windscreens to insult fasting Muslims. Four vehicles were targeted in the hate crime at about 12.30am at the Omar Faruque Mosque in Kirkwood Road, King s Hedges as Muslims celebrate Ramadan1. Officers will also patrol around the mosque in Mawson Road, off Mill Road, following the incident.

The mosque on Mawson Road

The attack on worshippers came after the terrorist incidents in London and Manchester, which have triggered an increase in hate crimes across the country. In London there has been a five-fold increase in hate crimes following the London Bridge Terror attack, according to the city’s Mayor Sadiq Khan. A Cambridgeshire police spokeswoman said: We are aware of this incident and an investigation is underway .

We will be carrying out extra patrols in the area of both Cambridge mosques.

“We were called to a prejudice incident in Kirkwood Road, Cambridge, at around 12.30am this morning. TellMAMA, which monitors anti-Muslim attacks, said: We have received information that worshippers at the Omar Faruque mosque in Kirkwood Road, Cambridge, came out from prayers to find strips of ham on the windscreens of four vehicles.

Worshippers who had fasted were confronted with the anti-social and anti-Muslim actions.

We are increasingly receiving reports of such activities where pork products are being used to abuse fellow citizens who happen to be Muslim.

Clearly in the minds of perpetrators, they believe that pork products are an insult to Muslims.

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The monitoring group had a similar report from Cambridge in April when bacon was left on the handle of a Muslim man s car who was returning from Parkside swimming pools with his 6-year-old niece when he discovered the pork product. A police spokeswoman said: We were called at around 3.50pm on Monday, April 24, to reports of a prejudice incident in Queen Anne Terrace Car Park, Cambridge.

The offence took place between 1.20pm and 3.45pm on Sunday, April 23.

An investigation is ongoing and anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting crime number CF0235440417.

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The mosque has been asked for comment.

References

  1. ^ Ramadan (www.cambridge-news.co.uk)

Security stepped up at Cambridge mosques after early morning …

Police are increasing patrols at two mosques in Cambridge after strips of bacon were today (June 8) left on the car windscreens to insult fasting Muslims. Four vehicles were targeted in the hate crime at about 12.30am at the Omar Faruque Mosque in Kirkwood Road, King s Hedges as Muslims celebrate Ramadan1. Officers will also patrol around the mosque in Mawson Road, off Mill Road, following the incident.

The mosque on Mawson Road

The attack on worshippers came after the terrorist incidents in London and Manchester, which have triggered an increase in hate crimes across the country. In London there has been a five-fold increase in hate crimes following the London Bridge Terror attack, according to the city’s Mayor Sadiq Khan. A Cambridgeshire police spokeswoman said: We are aware of this incident and an investigation is underway .

We will be carrying out extra patrols in the area of both Cambridge mosques.

“We were called to a prejudice incident in Kirkwood Road, Cambridge, at around 12.30am this morning.

Omar Faruque Mosque in Kirkwood Road

TellMAMA, which monitors anti-Muslim attacks, said: We have received information that worshippers at the Omar Faruque mosque in Kirkwood Road, Cambridge, came out from prayers to find strips of ham on the windscreens of four vehicles.

Worshippers who had fasted were confronted with the anti-social and anti-Muslim actions.

We are increasingly receiving reports of such activities where pork products are being used to abuse fellow citizens who happen to be Muslim.

Clearly in the minds of perpetrators, they believe that pork products are an insult to Muslims.

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The monitoring group had a similar report from Cambridge in April when bacon was left on the handle of a Muslim man s car who was returning from Parkside swimming pools with his 6-year-old niece when he discovered the pork product.

A police spokeswoman said: We were called at around 3.50pm on Monday, April 24, to reports of a prejudice incident in Queen Anne Terrace Car Park, Cambridge.

The offence took place between 1.20pm and 3.45pm on Sunday, April 23.

An investigation is ongoing and anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting crime number CF0235440417.

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The mosque has been asked for comment.

References

  1. ^ Ramadan (www.cambridge-news.co.uk)