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Deputy leader of Britain First was fined for hurling abuse at Muslim woman  

LONDON:   The deputy leader of Britain First Jayda Fransen was fined for misbehaving with a Muslim woman wearing Hijab.

Fransen was found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment after she hurled abuse at a Muslim.

Jayda Fransen, 30, was fined nearly £2,000 for wearing a political uniform and shouting at Sumayyah Sharpe during a “Christian patrol” of Bury Park in Luton, on Saturday 23 January.

Fransen has admitted that he told Ms Sharpe that Muslim men force women to cover up to avoid being raped because they cannot control their sexual urges. Sharpe was with her four young children at the time.