Fulham specialist blamed for infusing blood into stores' food

A specialist has showed up in court blamed for infusing blood into food things at three west London stores. 


Leoaai Elghareeb, 37, from Fulham, didn't enter a supplication at Westminster Justices' Court to an accuse of defiling merchandise of aim. 


The case identifies with episodes at a Sainsbury's Neighborhood, Tesco Express and Little Waitrose on Fulham Royal residence Street, Fulham, on Wednesday evening. 


He is in guardianship and will show up at Isleworth Crown Court on 24 September. 


The court heard the litigant, of Crabtree Path, is blamed for entering the Waitrose store and "tossing around" needles of blood and infusing them into food things. 


He is likewise blamed for doing likewise, alongside tossing eggs, in a close by Sainsbury's store, and proceeding to infuse more things in Tesco Express before he was captured, the court heard. 


Hammersmith and Fulham Gathering encouraged customers to discard items purchased in the stores after 18:00 BST on Wednesday.


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