A 23-year-old man from Whitechapel in East London with a conviction for terrorism, rang his local newspaper last night to express his annoyance that Londoners seemed to be enjoying their customary Friday evening drink in the bars around London Bridge, just hours after a terrorist incident left two people dead and three injured, and saw the terrorist subsequently shot dead on the bridge itself.
Tobias al-Delhaam, who was released from prison last July, after serving three years for involvement in a terrorist plot, told the East London Gazette: "I walked down to London Bridge last night to pay my respects to my slain brother, and was astonished to see all the bars full of people, drinking and chatting, as if they didn't have a care in the world.
"Do they not fear us? Why don't they tremble before our might, and fear for their worthless, infidel lives?
"It was the same after the punishment we inflicted on them at Borough Market and Westminster Bridge.
"These dogs seem impervious to our jihad and to the will of Allah."
A journalist from the newspaper later revealed that he put the man on 'hold', then locked up the office and went to the pub across the road for a few pints and a game of darts.