Racist attacker punched teenager who said 'hello'

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A TEENAGER was attacked for saying “hello” to a man outside a takeaway.

Carl Bradley, aged 18, was sitting on a wall with a friend outside a takeaway shop in Eskrick Street, Halliwell, and was speaking to strangers as they walked by.

Bolton Crown Court heard that Rukhsar Khan arrived at about 9pm on October 18 and Mr Bradley said “hello” to him. Khan, who thought that Mr Bradley was making fun of him, punched Mr Bradley in the face, causing him to fall off the wall.

Ann Hughes, prosecuting, told the court that witnesses saw Khan jump over the wall and start stamping on him and kicking him in the head while shouting racist abuse.

Mr Bradley suffered a cut lip in the attack, which left him shaken.

In a victim-impact statement, Mr Bradley said: “It has affected my confidence and scares me to think that I can be attacked for saying hello to someone.” continues here

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