Who is Leoaai Elghareeb? Wiki, Biography, Age, Charged, Contaminating Food, Trial

Leoaai Elghareeb

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Leoaai Elghareeb is a solicitor who has been charged with contaminating or interfering with goods with intent at three supermarkets in London.

Has appeared in court charged with contaminating or interfering with goods with blood at three supermarkets in west London.

Elghareeb, of Fulham, appeared before Westminster Magistrates’ Court this afternoon.


He is 37 years old.

Contaminating Food

Officers in forensic suits were seen in Fulham Palace Road yesterday at three stores – a Tesco Express, Little Waitrose, and Sainsbury’s Local – after the incidents on Wednesday evening.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council advised shoppers to throw away anything bought from the three shops late on Wednesday following the incident.

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Packets of cooked chicken breast were among items seized by police from the supermarkets following reports the suspect was injecting food with needles.

Processed meat and microwaveable products were believed to be among the other foods suspected of being contaminated.

Officers were alerted at around 7.40 pm on Wednesday after a man was reported shouting abuse at people in the street.

Shani Samet said she was sitting in the back of the Avanti tapas restaurant she co-owns on Fulham Palace Road when she heard a loud bang and saw a man swearing at a waiter before throwing a plant pot at him.

Ms Samet said: “He could’ve cracked somebody’s brain open.”


Mr Elghareeb is a solicitor for a firm called Opus Legal contractors with the offices registered at his Fulham address.

The three supermarkets allegedly targeted are less than half a mile from 37-year-old Mr Elghareeb’s home close to Fulham FC stadium.

The nearest, a Waitrose, remained closed while experts conducted tests to determine what had allegedly been injected into ready meals on sale.

A Sainsbury’s Local and Tesco Express on the Fulham Palace Road also remained closed.

Shoppers have been told to dispose of any food bought from the three stores.

Homes and flats in the area where Mr Elghareeb lives sell for upwards of £1.5m.

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