A paedophile forsaken to his knees and prayed for redemption after he was held trying to meet an underage girl for passionate intercourse.
Saiel Bashar trafficked from London to Birmingham to abuse the girl ‘in her mother’s bed’.
However, the mechanism scholarship tyro was met by members of Paedo Hunters Not Glory Hunters outward Sutton Coldfield railway station.
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They suggested that he had sent her pithy messages and porn for a week before arranging to go to her residence to ‘take her virginity’..
When challenged he prayed for redemption and wept hysterically as vigilantes review passages from 300 pages of discuss logs, while police done their way to the scene.
He allegedly offering to buy his would-be victim a mobile phone and give her rises from school in return for passionate favours.
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After assembly up it was pronounced his devise was to buy condoms and baby wipes then take the girl home and hurt her while her ‘mother’ was operative a night shift.
Bashar – who claimed to be an general tyro from Afghanistan – pronounced he had done a ‘mistake’ and denied having any passionate seductiveness in children.
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But after his detain he pleaded guilty to attempting to meet an underage girl for sex following online grooming.
Footage of the fight was put on Facebook on Friday night.
It shows the think dire his palms together in prayer, vagrant the vigilantes: ‘Don’t call the police.’
He bows and scrapes to one of the men, who says: ‘Don’t urge to me.’
A mouthpiece for West Midlands Police reliable Bashar is being held on remand available judgment next month.
She said: ‘Saiel Bashar, 23, from Stanmore, London, was arrested on Aug 11 in Sutton Coldfield.
‘He was charged with arranging to meet with a child under 16 with the vigilant of sexually abusing the child.
‘Bashar pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday and was remanded in custody. He is due to be condemned on Sep 11.’