The day's second witness describes an incident she says took place in December 2008. She says that when she was 18 she was unemployed and looking for a job. During a trial at the Spice of India she says Miah took her to a bedroom above the takeaway.
She says he began undressing and offered her money before asking her to get undressed. Azad Miah denies all charges against him.
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