John Terry's dad returns to court on allegations of racist abuse

John Terry's father Ted returns to court to face a racially aggravated public order charge in relation to an incident in March.
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The father of Chelsea captain John Terry has once again appeared in court on allegations of racially abusing a man during an incident in March.

Ted Terry has been accused of using words including "fucking Paki" and "black cunt" while confronting a man named Amarjit Talafair near Fenchurch Street railway station.

According to the Daily Star, Terry, who spoke to only confirm his name, appeared at the Old Bailey yesterday alongside Russian Tudor Musteata and Stephen Niland, who are all charged with a racially aggravated public order.

The case was adjourned until December 3.

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