The Curious Case Of The Dog In The Upmarket Area Of Glasgow…

In farcical scenes, reminiscent of the Keystone Cops, a dog squad was also rushed to the Khan family residence near Glasgow .

The incident escalated after two police constables called at the upmarket house in Cambuslang to talk to the dog’s owner, Omar Khan, who wasn’t even in.

Within 10 minutes, dozens of officers arrived and unknown to the police, the massive deployment was caught on the family’s personal CCTV.

Wow! Can’t get them to turn out at all, usually. Much less take this sort of action.

…the family have now lodged an official complaint with Police Scotland.The Khans claim they were subjected to racism, assault and harrassment, alleging that Imran was called a black b*****d by the constable who arrested him.

Ah, the racism card! Is there a slick lawyer pushing for maximum compo, I wonder?

Last night Aamer Anwar, the lawyer acting for Yusuf and Imran, said the male officer had sparked an “over the top “ reaction and the two officers had barged into the Khan home illegally.

Thought so. And all this over a dog?

Omar Khan, 25, faced having Alsatian Shiro destroyed after it allegedly escaped from his garden and launched the attacks.Khan has been at the centre of an anti-social behaviour row with other residents in his suburban street.

And he blames the latest allegations on racism.

The long-running feud flared up after Shiro allegedly bit a female dog-walker before attacking another woman.

Trained handlers were called in to seize the dog after last Monday’s incidents.

The 28-strong Khan family have been at loggerheads with other residents in their street in Cambuslang, Glasgow, since they moved into a converted nursing home two years ago.

Neighbours started a petition against them which included complaints about high noise levels.

Hmmm. One to watch.

8 comments for “The Curious Case Of The Dog In The Upmarket Area Of Glasgow…

  1. August 30, 2016 at 10:10 am

    Upmarket area of Glasgow is an interesting concept. The leafy lanes of Govan?

    • September 4, 2016 at 7:24 am

      Milngavie is lovely!

  2. Hereward Unbowed.
    August 30, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Out of control and protected by the strong ambit of yuman rites diktats.

    I don’t know much of Cambuslang, it’s many years since I’ve stopped in that particular part of Scotland.

    However, I can imagine the way of it.

    The regular family get togethers, the young boy racers gunning throaty engines and running up and down quite suburban roads, the couriers and general nuisance, constant noise, low level intimidation and shouted voiced arrogance of the way these sorts Lord it over all and whosoever lives in the area.

    A minority protected and utterly, deliberately oblivious to the ways and sensibilities of others.

    Observe it, and this is common in UK society but disregarded, unreported, ignored though evident throughout all towns and cities across Britain and in areas of particular concentration, the level of intimidation for the outsider even in daylight hours, can be ‘felt’.
    For this is the way they are taught, told to behave on the outside of their places of indoctrination: to go forth and lustily proclaim their prerogative of supposed birthright and immunity to all authority status and its adherence to a sect of the creed which preaches only, conquest and enslavement.

    • Errol
      August 30, 2016 at 8:35 pm

      Sadly, this attitude applies to far too many spoiled, entitled ‘we’ll do what we want’ people.

      Itinerant, unattached they don’t care who they upset or frustrate. They aren’t paying for their lifestyle so why should they care? Not their home so they don’t care if they ruin it and destroy the neighbourhood.

      They intend to move on and up by feeding parasitically off the state so are not interested in being good neighbours.

      • September 4, 2016 at 7:26 am

        Exactly right. And we see it in other protected identity groups too.

  3. john in cheshire
    August 30, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    The 28-strong Khan family? That’s not a family, that’s a tribe. No wonder the neighbours were upset.

    • Brightside Bob
      August 30, 2016 at 8:53 pm

      Well it does say that they moved into an Al-Nusra home.
      Ps: I think I read that correctly.

      • September 4, 2016 at 7:27 am

        LOL! It’ll probably look like that when they move out…

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