Paedophile hunters confront 30-year-old man who thought he was meeting a 12-year-old girl for sex
A MARRIED man has begged to be given “one chance”, promising “I’m a Muslim, I never lie” after being caught trying to meet a 12-year-old girl for sex.
Mohammed Hussein was caught with a bag full of Viagra pills, five condoms, 11 silk lubricant sachets and a sex-prolonging spray when he was confronted by a paedophile hunter group.
The 30-year-old had set up the meeting with the pre-teen, who he knew as “Gemma” but was really a member of the group ‘Internet interceptors’
When confronted by members of the group outside the hotel on February 29, the married butcher claimed he would have sent the girl home if she was really 12-years-old.
But the man, who was dobbed into police by the group, was today found guilty at Inner London Crown Court of attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming
In a video released by the hunter group, the man can be seen begging with the parents who caught him, telling them he had not been meaning to have sex with the girl, who was not even in her teens.
The 30-year-old had caught the bus from Croydon to Bromley Court to meet the girl at the Bromley Court Hotel after chatting to her through a dating app
The girl’s profile said she was 18 and included a picture of a young white female but Hussein was then told she was actually 12-years-old and still at school.
In the messages, Hussein said the pair should meet up, suggesting: “cinema, sex, shopping?”
‘Gemma’ then asked the married man whether sex would be appropriate as she was only 12, with the man writing back: “I do not know, if you are under 18 then I will wait until you become 18.”
He later texted her, asking her if she was a virgin.
But when going to meet the girl, he was instead confronted by the vigilante group, with the man caught on camera telling his accusers that he felt “guilty”.
After being confronted by the group, he can be heard saying: “I accept that this is wrong.
“If she’s under 18, then it’s totally wrong.”
He said: “I feel very guilty. It was my big mistake.”
The man, who moved to the UK from Pakistan eight years ago, then promised the hunter group he had never tried to meet with a young girl before and would never do it again.
He said: “That’s my first time and last time.
“I never do this one again. I’m a Muslim, I never lie.
“Trust me, I swear off my God I never do before, I never do again just give me only one chance.”
The man is now awaiting to be sentenced at the same court on Wednesday November 9.