Four sentenced for bacon attack on Bristol Mosque

The mosque in Totterdown which was attacked in January 2016 Credit: ITV News

Two men and two women have been sentenced after attacking a mosque in Bristol where they threw bacon sandwiches at the building and tied a St George's Flag to the railings with the words "No Mosque".

Kevin Crehan was jailed for 12 months, Mark Bennett was jailed for nine months, Alison Bennett was given a six-month suspended sentence and Swales was given a four month suspended sentence.

The group have all been given a restraining order preventing them from going within 100 metres of a mosque anywhere in England or Wales for the next 10 years.

Watch the video the group took of their attack which played a vital part in their conviction:

During the incident the group shouted racial abuse at a member of the Jamia Mosque. The quartet were identified by members of the public after police issued a CCTV image of them committing the offence: