A convicted sex offender tried to abduct a child from a Tesco supermarket before threatening to ‘kill every British person he saw’.Somali-born Amin Husseine tried to take the terrified 10-year-old girl as she looked at shoes in the Tesco Extra store in Bristol. He told her to put the shoes back and go with him. When she told him she was not allowed to go with strangers he snarled “just come”.
Husseine, 35, tried to grab her but she was rescued by her mum and sister after she screamed for help and he fled the scene. As he left he told security staff: “When I get back to Somalia I will kill every British person I see and come back and abduct another child.”
Husseine arrived in the UK in 2009 and has committed 20 offences since then, including three sexual assaults. Two involved attacks on people in a hospital and bowling alley and the third was on a child under 13, for which he was jailed for 10 months.
But although his application for asylum has been refused all attempts to deport him have failed as Somalia does not accept forcibly deported people. The failed asylum seeker was jailed for two-and-a-half-years after admitting attempted child abduction and theft of alcohol at the store in Bristol.