Twisted man urinated on mums carpet then poured bleach over her as she cleaned

A man assaulted his mother after pouring bleach on her, urinating on her carpet, and threatening to burn her house down.

Aadil Choudhury's twisted behaviour and repeated abuse towards his mother was heard by Warwick Crown Court.

The court heard that man urinated on his mother carpet, and when she tried to clean it he poured bleach on her head, CoventryLive reports.

His cruel behaviour did not stop there as he turned all the gas taps on while his mum dealt with the pain of the attack.

Details of the shocking incident were laid out blow by blow to the hearing by prosecutor Dean Easthope.

He said that on Sunday, September 27 last year the police went to St George’s Road, where he was living with his mother Husnahar Choudhury, to arrest him for another matter.

He was released the next day and returned to the address. But that evening he became angry when his mother asked him why he had been arrested.

She went to bed, and was woken the following morning by Choudhury demanding her phone – and blaming her for him losing his device, which had been taken by the police.

Mrs Choudhury refused to hand it over, and when she went downstairs to try to get away, she saw he had urinated on the stair carpet.

"She began using bleach to clean it up," Mr Easthope said.

"He snatched it from her and poured it over her. She feared this and ducked her head, and it ran down her back, causing a burning feeling."

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Mrs Choudhury went for a shower to wash the bleach off her skin, and could then smell gas – and when she went downstairs she saw he had turned all the gas taps on without lighting them.

She turned the gas off and opened the window, and he then asked her for £40 in return for her phone.

Unbelievably, he then went with her to a cash machine to get the money.

When they got back to the house, Choudhury slapped his mother to the face, kneed her to the thigh and threatened to burn the house down.

It didn't even stop there as he then grabbed her round the throat, blaming her for his arrest, before taking a knife from the kitchen and hitting her with the flat side of it.

That evening, Choudhury told his mother to call her brother, and after she had done so he took her phone and dropped it down the toilet.

She managed to retrieve it and called him again to ask him to collect her, and fled through the back door using a key she had hidden.

When Choudhury was arrested he made no comment, but in a statement he denied assaulting his mother, claiming the allegations were fabricated.

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Despite this, he pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to assaulting his mother, causing her actual bodily harm, during the incidents in September last year.

Choudhury, 31, of St George’s Road, Coventry at the time, was given an 18-month community order, with a rehabilitation activity, and ordered to do 180 hours of unpaid work.

Sentencing Choudhury for his ‘disgraceful’ behaviour, Judge Peter Cooke told him he would have imposed an immediate prison sentence if it had not been for the fact that he had already spent six months in custody.

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