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Man caught on camera injecting grocery store food with his OWN BLOOD, lawsuit alleges
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Man caught on camera injecting grocery store food with his OWN BLOOD, lawsuit alleges

A U.K. lawyer went on a gruesome rampage in west London carrying a bucket of syringes filled with his own blood, throwing some at people, and using others to inject supermarket foods with the revolting contaminant.

Leoaai Elghareeb, 37, was caught on camera injecting grocery products with his own blood in at least three supermarkets. He is also alleged to have thrown syringes and eggs at passersby on the street between stores.

Elghareeb is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity in a U.K. court. A consultant forensic psychiatrist told the court that Elghareeb was "severely psychotic" at the time of the "alleged rampage".

"In the early evening of a late summer's day last year, Mr Elghareeb walked down the Fulham Palace Road in West London carrying a bucket. It was filled with syringes, some of which had hypodermic needles attached. A number of those syringes were filled with blood - his own," prosecutor Philip Stott said, according to the Mirror.

"Mr Elghareeb then entered, in turn, three supermarkets on the Fulham Palace Road — in order they were: Waitrose, Sainsbury's and Tesco — and proceeded to stick those syringes in food products inside those branches of those supermarkets. Along the way he also threw some of the syringes at people inside and outside the store including hitting a passerby on the street."

The three stores involved threw away nearly $680,000 of food and other products and were shut down for several days.

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