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Download Festival security guards give out hugs to cheering rock fans

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There is so much love at Download Festival2 at the moment that even the security guards are getting in on the act. Two members of barrier security were filmed giving out hugs to cheering rock fans on Saturday evening much to crowd’s delight. The festival-goer on the other side of the hug (a chap in a cap and sunglasses who seemed to have requested the embrace) threw his arms up in triumph after a member of the security team came over to give him a squeeze.


Read more: Watch this steampunk pug rocking out at Download Festival 2017
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Another security guard then decided to get in on the act and came over to the same festival-goer for a hug before walking away smiling to the sound of the cheering crowd. This isn’t the first act of solidarity between rock fans and the people keeping them safe at this year’s Donington Park festival4. Hundreds of fans have been asking armed police 5officers to pose for selfies with them after cops at the site urged Downloaders to come and say hello.


Read more: Weather, bands, reviews and gossip – Live from Download Festival 20176


It is the first time in the festival’s history that armed police have been on site, the decision was revealed last week following the terror attacks in both London and Manchester.

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  4. ^ Donington Park festival (www.nottinghampost.com)
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  6. ^ Weather, bands, reviews and gossip – Live from Download Festival 2017 (www.nottinghampost.com)

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

The mosque has been asked for comment.

References

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