He continues to quiz the suspect, adding: 'Do any of your family members know that you're on Grindr? I mean you're perfectly in your right to be.'The other hunter adds: 'I don't get how you could pray to any God knowing that you're meeting 15-year-old guys.'He then remains silent until the police arrive, and the hunters hand over their own evidence as he is taken away for questioning.
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: 'A 45-year-old man arrested on suspicion of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity has been bailed.'A spokesman for Justice Will Be Served said: 'I personally have talked to one of his children and I'm horrified by how this has affected him.
One of the hunters asks: 'So, you're a Muslim and it's against your religion. But you're saying to me it's against your religion to be homosexual.So, you do know it's wrong to meet, especially a child.'Covering his mouth with his hand, he says: 'I would get killed.'The accused then tries to roll up his car window and tries to grab his keys but is stopped by the group who wedge the door open.Paedophile hunters have released footage which shows a respected imam allegedly trying to meet a 15-year-old boy for sex after grooming him with offers of money on a gay dating app.The married father-of-five was snared by the vigilante group outside an address in Flixton, Greater Manchester, and was accused of traveling nearly an hour in the car to abuse the boy while his mother was at work.No need to worry about complicated controls or setups here.
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Messages which the man allegedly sent to the made-up boy are read aloud, with one of the hunters asking: 'You keep asking me how much I want for sex.
"Need to know how much you want." They've replied back, saying: "I don't know, we can discuss that when you get here."' He protests that he thought the person he was meeting would be 18, but is swiftly told: 'No, he said to you on a number of occasions he is 15. You came here to meet him for sex, mate.'He appears to ask to speak privately off camera but they reply: 'Never gonna happen.' As the suspect then takes out his phone, one of the hunters snatches it away from him, accusing him of trying to reset the device.
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When confronted by the group, the accused denied the accusations leveled against him but admitted he 'could get killed' because homosexuality is 'against his religion'.