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UK News Stalker bombarded woman with unwanted gifts then turned up at her home

14:00  23 march  2020
14:00  23 march  2020 Source:   walesonline.co.uk

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An obsessed stalker turned up outside his victim’s home just two days after being slapped with a restraining order banning him from approaching or contacting her.

Zoaib Hussain had previously showered the woman with unwanted gifts including clothes, a handbag, and 100 roses before catching a train from London to south Wales to find her at her family home in Port Talbot.

A psychiatric report into the university student concluded the 21-year-old was not suffering from any mental health condition but is an “intimacy seeker”.

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Sending the defendant to prison, a judge at Swansea Crown Court told him he was guilty of a “deliberate and serious” breach of the restraining order committed within 48 hours of its imposition.

Ian Ibrahim, prosecuting, said Hussain first came to the attention of police in October 2017 when the victim reported “unwanted social media contact” from him. South Wales Police passed the information to the Met Police in London.

The court heard that initial complaint was followed by similar complaints in November 2018, May 2019, and August 2019, and then in September deliveries of flowers began to arrive at the victim’s home.

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The court heard that over the following weeks more gifts were sent to the victim including clothes, an expensive handbag, and 100 roses.

Hussain was arrested in November and charged with stalking and on the 26th of that month he was given a 12-month community order and made the subject of a restraining order at Thames Valley Magistrates’ Court.

But just two days later he caught the train to Swansea and then took a taxi to his victim’s house. The court heard Hussain knocked on the door of the property and asked to speak to the woman but he was intercepted by members of her family who detained him and called the police. Hussain, of Angel Street, Stratford, London, admitted breaching a restraining order.

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Paul Hewitt, for Hussain, said his client was doing an economics degree at King’s College in London though now faced a university disciplinary hearing as a result of his conviction.

He said the defendant came from “something of a broken family” and while a psychiatric report had concluded he did not have a mental health condition he was described as being an “intimacy seeker”.

The barrister said Hussain had been held on remand in prison since his arrest in Port Talbot in November and had therefore served the equivalent of an eight-month sentence.

Judge Keith Thomas told the defendant he was guilty of a “deliberate and serious” breach of a restraining order committed within 48 hours of its imposition.

Giving the defendant a discount for his guilty plea the judge sentenced him to 40 weeks in prison for breaching the restraining order and he revoked the community order imposed for battery and sentenced him to 18 weeks for that matter. The sentences will run consecutively making a total sentence of 58 weeks. The defendant will serve half that period in custody before being released on licence to serve the remainder in the community.

Hussain was also made the subject of a restraining order banning him from contacting his victim and members of her immediate family for the next seven years.

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