Teenager jailed for acid attacks
Source: Daily Mail
Fahad Abdi, 18, lay in wait for his three victims before unleashing the noxious substance on their faces in Canterbury, Kent.
Justin Vincent, Janet Durrant and Emily Thompson were left with blisters, burns and temporary loss of sight in the savage revenge attack.
'Vicious' thug Abdi, from Forest Gate, east London, was sentenced to nine years in a young offenders' institute for the horrific assault, at Canterbury Crown Court.
Abdi had been staying in the home of one of the victims for a few weeks when he fell out with the group, the court heard.
He threatened them with a knife and claimed they had stolen some of his property.
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Following numerous threats he approached two of them in a street and sprayed them in the face with the noxious substance.
The teen then fled the scene before returning ten minutes later to spray his third victim.
Kent Police arrested Abdi later that day at Canterbury trains tation and charged him with three counts of grievous bodily harm with intent.