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A police officer at the scene also told Mail Online that 'the colour of their faces had changed' and the arm of a jacket one man was wearing had melted away.

They said: 'We have got acid on us, we have got acid on us.''They were pouring the water over themselves in the shop, and it had got into their clothes.

He said to me he knew the smell and said straight away that it was One Stop drain cleaner.'He added: 'I think these acid attacks are worse than knife attacks.'With a knife you might see it coming, but with this you could be walking down the road and someone could be cycling past, splash you and you wouldn't know it's coming.' It is the latest in a long line of appalling acid attacks - branded 'face-melters' by gangs - leaving victims with life-changing and catastrophic injuries.

Teenagers on scooters have started throwing corrosive liquids at delivery drivers so they can steal their mopeds with some staff from Uber Eats and Deliveroo in East London refusing to work at night in case they are attacked.

He and a friend flagged down a police car for help before running into a shop screaming in agony for help after the liquid was thrown on them.

A shopkeeper said they came running into his store and their skin was 'peeling off' as they screamed.

As well as highlighting Choudary role in encouraging young Muslims to fight in Syria, the report also established a connection between the preacher's al-Muhajiroun network and high profile terrorists, including those responsible for the 7/7 London bombings.

Dr Usama Hasan, of the anti-extremist think-tank the Quilliam Foundation, told the East London Advertiser: ‘In Islamic teaching you shouldn't drink alcohol, but you can't impose Islamic law on other people.

A 16-year-old boy has been accused of 13 separate offences in connection with the alleged spree on July 13. Last month Resham Khan, 21, and 37-year-old Jameel Muhktar were inside a car in Beckton, east London, when a man threw a corrosive substance through the window. Mr Muhktar said he feels 'like somebody's ironing me 24/7' and is in 'continuous pain'.