by Jack Mendel

A man has been arrested after shouting anti-Semitic abuse in Stamford Hill. 

Volunteer neighbourhood watch group Shomrim reported the incident on October 13, and the man has since been arrested. 

The Met police told Jewish News, the suspect was a 31-year-old man, and “was arrested under the Public Order Act on suspicion of racially aggravated harassment outside Morrisons on Stamford Hill N16 after allegedly making alleged Anti-Semitic comments to two men at 22:40hrs on Tuesday 13 October.

He has been taken into custody at an east London police station.

Enquiries continue.”