Man charged after blood and saliva spat at restaurant's front door

The incident happened at Ciscoe's on March 20.

An incident of criminal damage happened at Ciscoe's on Saturday, March 20. - Credit: Ciscoe's restaurant

A man has been charged in connection with an incident of criminal damage at a Japanese restaurant in Norwich.

Ciscoe's restaurant owner Ali Zandi previously said a person had spat blood and saliva over the Ber Street restaurant's front door on Saturday, March 20.

He appealed for information about the incident in a post which was widely shared on social media.

Norfolk police have now said Robert Scarles-Cole, 34, of Bowman Road, Norwich, has been charged with criminal damage.

They said the charge relates to an incident at Ciscoe's on March 20.

Scarles-Cole is due to appear at Norwich Magistrates' Court on April 26.


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