Man threatens shoppers, shouts antisemitic slurs at London kosher butcher

The incident took place on Thursday in Royal Meats, the British antisemitism watchdog group Campaign Against Antisemitism reported on its website.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews stand in a street in the predominantly Jewish neighborhood of Stamford Hill in the UK (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Ultra-Orthodox Jews stand in a street in the predominantly Jewish neighborhood of Stamford Hill in the UK
(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
A man walked into a kosher butcher shop in the London neighborhood of Stamford Hill and shouted invective against Jews.
The incident took place on Thursday in Royal Meats, the British antisemitism watchdog group Campaign Against Antisemitism reported on its website.
The man walked into the store and demanded food, which he apparently expected to receive for free. In response to being asked what he would like to purchase, he responded by allegedly shouting “You f***ing Jews, I am German, you f***ing Jews are bad people.” He then pointed his fingers at shoppers in a gesture that looked like a gun firing, according to the report.
He then left the store and boarded a public bus.
A report was filed with police.