A man has been charged with racially-aggravated common assault and a racially-aggravated public order offence after attacking Jewish men in Hackney, London.

According to the CAAS, the incident took place on 4 July 2017, when an Italian man, in his late twenties or early thirties, saw a Jewish passerby and grabbed his side curls before shouting, in broken english, “****ing Jew, why you kill the kids?”.

The man, who was apparently drunk, then shouted at another Jewish man calling him a “**** Jude” and saying that he wanted to cut the mans side curls off.

The unnamed man was arrested after members of Stamford Hill Shomrim alerted police to the incident.