Yesterday I reported on a spike in acid attacks in London: More Acid Attacks in Sadiq Khan’s London: Two more rushed to hospital in spate of acid attacks over the weekend. There’s been more attacks.
The UK has one of the highest rates of acid attacks per capita in the world, according to Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI) thanks, in large part, to the large Islamic migration into the UK. The number of recorded acid attack incidents has almost trebled from 228 in 2012 to 601 attacks in 2016. It is so bad in the UK that a British doctor has created makeup to act as armor against the rising problem of acid attacks.
London has become a hot spot for the liquid weapon, accounting for more than half of the total incidents.
BREAKING: Two men in their 20s have been rushed to hospital after having a corrosive substance thrown in their faces in an ‘acid attack’ in east London.
Scotland Yard say police were called at 7.21pm – two males were found suffering from substance burns.
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— London 999 Feed (@999London) June 21, 2019
Acid jihad – the predictable result of the hijrah. Instead of instituting policy that keeps ‘acid throwers’ from entering the country, we have the introduction of acid-proof makeup to protect from attacks. No war was ever won on the defense. The article buries the lede (of course), “The makeup line is set to launch in 2020, and will first be released in India and the Middle East as both have a high rate of acid attacks” in other words, regions with high Muslim populations.
The threat of acid attack in certain sections of London is so real that at least one former government official is labeling the community a “no go zone” for those who aren’t already in compliance with sharia law.
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— Old Holborn✘ (@Holbornlolz) June 22, 2019
The 4 suspected ‘acid attacks’ which took place within three days in London
It has been confirmed that corrosive substances were used against three victims
Ian Molyneaux, My London News, 23 June 2019:
Last week in London saw four incidents in which corrosive substances were used or were feared to be used.
So far the two victims in Hackney and one victim in Walthamstow have been confirmed as receiving burns from corrosive substances.
The thrown substance in Elephant and Castle Tube station was eventually thought to just be a drink.
It has not been confirmed by police whether the liquid used against the victim in Croydon was acid or a corrosive substance.
Elephant and Castle Tube attack
Emergency services rushed to Elephant and Castle Tube station at 9.33am on Wednesday (June 19).
At first no details were given on why emergency services attended, but it was later revealed the incident was an alleged robbery, where a man had reportedly sprayed a substance on the victim’s face.
While this substance – thankfully – was nothing more than a drink, the fear that it could have been acid or other noxious substance appears to have caused the understandable large-scale response from police, paramedics and the fire service.
A spokesperson for British Transport Police told MyLondon: “BTP officers attended Elephant and Castle station at 9.33am following a report of a robbery on board a Tube.
“The victim, a man, reported he had been splashed with a substance, now suspected to be a drink from a bottle.
“He was treated at the scene by paramedics; the victim suffered no injuries.
“Efforts to locate three men involved in the incident are ongoing.”
Walthamstow market ‘acid attack’
A market trader on Walthamstow High Street was injured in an “acid attack” by two men wearing burkhas on Friday morning (June 21).
Police were called at 6.36am to reports of a man being doused in a corrosive substance on Walthamstow High Street.
The man was rushed to hospital with potentially life-changing injuries. No other members of the public have been injured or affected.
A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “A male setting up his stall in the market had been attacked by two unknown males wearing burkhas, he had an unknown corrosive substance thrown on his face and body.
“The male has been conveyed to Whipps Cross Hospital, with potential life-changing injuries.
“The incident occurred before most shops in the High Street opened and no other members of the public have been injured or affected.”
After the attack the stall owner ran into a Walthamstow café ‘holding his face’ .
Erodgan, who owns First Stop Café on Walthamstow High Street told MyLondon the victim ran into the café holding his face after the alleged attack.
“I did not see what happened as I was serving customers, but suddenly I saw people were running away,” he said.
“The man came running into the café holding his face, he was in pain.
“Myself and the customers ran him into the toilet and he washed his face.
“I have known this man for 15 years as he has a stall here.”
Man sprayed in face with substance before a dog ‘bit his penis’ in Croydon
A man was reportedly sprayed in the face with a substance before a dog bit his penis in Croydon.
The Metropolitan Police was called to Southbridge Road on Friday afternoon (June 21) following reports of a substance being sprayed into a man’s face.
The victim was then reportedly attacked by the suspect’s dog and was rushed to hospital, where his injuries are thought to be non-life threatening.
A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “Police were called to Southbridge Road in Croydon at 2.47pm on Friday, June 21 following reports of a substance sprayed in a man’s face.
“It was reported after he was sprayed in the face, a dog belonging to the suspects attacked him and caused injury.
“The victim was taken to hospital where his injuries have been deemed non-life threatening.
“The dog has been seized under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
“A man and a woman, both in their 40s and from Croydon, were arrested on suspicion of GBH. They have been bailed to return in mid-July.”
It has not yet been confirmed whether the substance was corrosive or an acid.
Two men burned in suspected ‘acid attack’ in Hackney
Police are hunting an attacker after two men suffered burns in Hackney.
The emergency services were called to Cricketfield Road at 7.21pm on Friday (June 21) following reports of a suspected acid attack.
Both the police and London Ambulance Service attended the scene and found two men, both in their 20s, with substance burns.
They were both rushed to hospitals in East London where their condition is described by police to be non-life threatening.
A spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called at 7.21pm on Friday, June 21 to reports of a corrosive substance attack at Cricketfield Road.
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