Syed Ahmad, from Bramhall, an accountant, hit his ex-wife Perveen Ahmad’s head after she started dating a white man, a court has heard.
Couple who had 3 children from their 21-year marriage, split up in 2015 in acrimony with claims of money laundering, witchcraft and ‘black magic’ – and then it turned violent.
Syed Ahmad branded his ex-wife a ‘bacon basher’ during a vicious assault after she started dating a white man has been ordered to pay her £150 compensation.
Syed Ahmad, attacked his wife outside the David Lloyd centre in Cheadle.
He grabbed former spouse Perveen Ahmad by her Luis Vuitton tote bag then beat her in the early morning argument when she emerged from her gym to find her Lexus car had been vandalised.
She told court, after she left the gym on August 13 to find black graffiti had been sprayed all over her white car, as she made a phone call to police to report the crime, her ex-husband walked out and confronted her.
He was eventually pulled off of Mrs Ahmad, 51, by her boyfriend David Wallwork, 54, who then pinned her former husband to the ground as he ‘thrashed about’.
Police recovered mobile phone footage shot by Ahmad himself in which his ex-wife is overheard saying: ”He is a bitter twisted man who committed money laundering – he stole from people.”
Perveen Ahmad, a manager at the couple’s Manchester student lettings company, was later treated in hospital for grazing to her arm, elbow and knees.
Stockport magistrates court was told Ahmad had already been given a police warning after turning up at Perveen’s home and sending David pictures.
Perveen said: ‘He called me a “bacon basher” and he has said it many times – it means that I’m going out with somebody who is white and it wasn’t the first time I have heard that.
Ahmad was found guilty of assault by beating and criminal damage at Stockport magistrates court, he was also banned from contacting his ex-wife under the terms of a 12 month restraining order.
He was further ordered to complete 150 hours unpaid work as part of a 12 months community order and will have to pay £818.32 to the BMW owner plus £735 in costs and surcharges.