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Bloodshed Comes to Paddy Power: Man Arrested

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Mar/26/2018

Pure evil made its way into one of Paddy Power's bookmaking businesses earlier this year and now someone has been apprehended in the brutual crime.

Khalid Yousef, aged 28 from Handsworth, was pronounced dead after he was attacked in Paddy Power, off Rookery Road, at 12.45pm on January 4.

Police have charged Mustafa Hassan, 35, for suspicion of murder and is also being held for mental health evaluation.

On Monday he appeared at Birmingham Crown Court.

Paddy Power is one of the most prominent bookmaking websites on the Web today.

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