A Britain First believer gave a Nazi salute and shouted ‘white power’ before pushing at a curry residence owners during a inebriated rampage, a justice has heard.
Marek Zakrocki, 48, vented his anti-Muslim fury before the attack on the anniversary of the Brexit opinion on Jun 23.
He was listened to say: ‘I’m going to kill a Muslim. I’m doing it for Britain.
‘This is how I’m going to help the country. You people can't do anything.’
The Old Bailey listened that the Polish-born window fitter then used his white outpost as a arms against Kamal Ahmed outward Spicy Night in Alexandra Parade in Harrow, London.
He was pushing at 5mph and was effectively trying to pin Mr Ahmed against the front of the grill window, which smashed, the justice heard.
Following his detain by armed officers, police found a Nazi silver in Zakrocki’s pocket and a accumulate of Britain First flyers and newspapers at his home in Harrow.
At the Old Bailey on Monday, Zakrocki pleaded guilty to dangerous pushing and beating his wife.
Further charges of attempting to means disgusting corporeal mistreat and having a knife in Northolt Road, Harrow, were systematic to distortion on file.
Prosecutor Denis Barry said: ‘Mr Zakrocki had plainly, during the march of that afternoon, had distant too much to drink.
‘During the march of that dusk he assaulted his wife, gathering off in his work vehicle, angry a series of passers-by and then gathering his car at the owners of a curry house, breaking the window of the curry house.
‘It’s plain that his control is very likely to have been encouraged by his views about the different society.’
Mr Barry pronounced Zakrocki had been ‘fixated’ by Muslims and had done donations to Britain First in the past.
Because of the increasing state of warning at the time of the incident, armed police arrested Zakrocki in a ‘hard stop’.
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Mr Barry pronounced the suspect seemed to have a story of depressive illness and ethanol problems.
Earlier on Jun 23, he had grabbed his wife Ewa Zakrocka’s arm and threatened to ‘kill people’ and then kill himself.
Judge Anthony Leonard QC will judgment the suspect at the Old Bailey after on Monday.