Although Islam is not a race, and he appeared to be harassing nobody, he now faces a charge of "racially aggravated harassment," which entails a sentence of up to two years' imprisonment.
By contrast, on a busy shopping street in London, an Islamist (through a megaphone) spruiks for khalifah while a mass of his cohorts hand out supportive leaflets, some evidently with inflammatory messages.
And not a police person in sight.
The charge against Weston, upped from a lesser one, would not have been made for politically correct reasons, would it?
It would not, by any chance, stem from what is cynically seen as the increasing politicisation (indeed dhimmitide), of Britain's police?
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes blog