Don’t worry, Carl.
Once your body heals, you can go back to tackling the real problem at the heart of Britain: online racism.
An alleged knifeman appeared in court on Saturday, April 25 accused of trying to kill a policeman.
Mohammed Ibrahim, 33, is accused of the attempted murder of Sergeant Carl Blanks, 47, who was stabbed in the stomach.
Ibrahim is also charged with attempted wounding of Sergeant Leighton Healan.
Prosecutor Nathan Fear said the alleged attack took place in the early hours of Thursday, April 23.
The court heard the officers were called to a disturbance at Ibrahim’s home in Newport.
Sudanese-national Ibrahim is also charged causing with arson with intent to endanger life at his own home.
He wore a facemask as he appeared at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court via video link from a police station.
He followed the proceedings in Arabic through an interpreter.
Ibrahim will appear at Newport Crown Court on June 22.
Sergeant Blanks, of Gwent Police, remains in a serious but stable condition at the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport.