The family of a Solihull grandfather who collapsed and died in a Birmingham car park after a spat with another driver have paid tribute to a "friend and helper".
Financial adviser Mr Hameed, aged 68, died after arguing with a man in the Tyseley Community Centre car park in Formans Road, Sparkhill.
The family have released a statement in tribute, which says:
"Friend and helper to so many, Farook will be missed by all those whose lives he touched with his unique wit, humour and exceptional style.
"He is survived by his dear wife Tahmina, five children, Farah, Saba, Mahreen, Bushra and Sakib and four adoring grandchildren.
"May Allah bless him with peace and grant him the highest rank of heaven Ameen."
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