Chip shop vinegar bottle attack suspect bailed for second time

Boss of Wilsons Fish & Chips in Tring Shaban Azam was allegedly attacked with a vinegar bottle
Boss of Wilsons Fish & Chips in Tring Shaban Azam was allegedly attacked with a vinegar bottle

A 31-year-old man from Enfield accused of attacking a chip shop manager with a vinegar bottle has been bailed by police for a second time.

He had to go to Watford Police Station on Monday and will have to return there on Tuesday next week.

Boss of Wilsons Fish & Chips in Tring Shaban Azam was attacked with a vinegar bottle PNL-140409-180246001

Boss of Wilsons Fish & Chips in Tring Shaban Azam was attacked with a vinegar bottle PNL-140409-180246001

The alleged attack happened at Tring’s Wilsons Fish & Chips on Wednesday, September 3, and left manager Shaban Azam afraid to work.

He had to spend 13 hours in Aylesbury’s Stoke Mandeville Hospital being treated for his injuries.

Mr Azam, who was with his colleague Omar Fathe on the day he was injured, said: “I feel very bad. We are scared to work here.”

Mr Azam said the attack left him with a damaged artery in his head and a big cut on his face.