Known as Kaka to his friends, this is the hammer-wielding lunatic who threatened and hit two teenagers in separate random attacks.
Mohammed Kaka Khan attacked an 18-year-old woman and 17-year-old boy on two different days, weeks apart, in the same chilling manner and on the same street.
His first attack was on the woman, using the hammer to threaten and intimidate her but not to attack her. Instead the 29-year-old punched and slapped the teenager, who had done nothing to provoke him.
She was set upon by Khan in Alfred Road, Maida Hill, on November 15 at around 3.30pm and left with minor injuries.
The attack took place near the Westminster Academy’s Sir Naim Dangoor Campus, which is on the corner of Alfred Road and Harrow Road.
Khan, of Newman Street, returned to Maida Hill for another attack on December 4, this time attacking a random 17-year-old boy at 1.30pm in broad daylight.
Keeping his method the same, Khan threatened the boy with the hammer but opted to slap and punch him instead.
Khan was arrested later that day in a joint operation between Metropolitan Police and British Transport Police as well as school officers.
He was sentenced at Westminster Crown Court on Monday (January 7) to 16 weeks’ imprisonment.
‘Nobody deserves to be assaulted this way…’
Detective Constable Ken Mclelland said: “These were horrible incidents and I hope this result provides some comfort to the victims.
“Nobody deserves to be assaulted in this way and we will always use the full extent of our powers to bring violent offenders to justice.
“The arrest was made on 4 December, following joint work with officers from British Transport Police, Westminster Police Schools Officers, Neighbourhood Officers, CID and the Territorial Support Group.”