Ruby Begum, 27, was hailed an inspirational role model after footage showing her bravely confronting anti-lockdown protesters while wearing a hijab went viral two years ago.
But in the months before joining the Metropolitan Police in 2016, she used Twitter to insult Jews and mock the 9/11 attacks.
And the 'Mail' pointed this out a year ago. A complete failure of any sort of due diligence, so the Met acted swiftly. And .... wait.
After being alerted by this newspaper, the Met referred the matter to the Independent Office for Police Conduct and Miss Begum was placed on ‘restricted duties’.
Following an investigation, the Met said yesterday that she had ‘a case to answer for gross misconduct’. She now faces a hearing ‘on a date to be determined’.
‘On 9 August 2022, she was suspended from duty.’
A Jihadi-wearing Jew-paki-hater in the Met?
There you have it, Julia. Just when the Commissioner thought she was going down a bomb...
Eee Ruby, by gum you're a funny one!
Considering my local police have withdrawn from our streets and make every excuse under the sun to do nothing I guess this constitutes blisteringly fast action.
Oh Ruby, don't take your hate to town.
Was she wearing only a hijab? If not, why mention it?
I'd love to be a fly on the wall at this misconduct hearing. Imagine how the politically-correct senior officers will be writhing in indecision over her.
Serves them right for recruiting her without checking.
"Just when the Commissioner thought she was going down a bomb..."
"...I guess this constitutes blisteringly fast action."
It's all relative!
"Oh Ruby, don't take your hate to town."
"I'd love to be a fly on the wall at this misconduct hearing."
Oooh, me too!
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