Muslim Claiming to Be Prophet Muhammad Chokes Out Goodwill Worker, Breaks Officer’s Hand

A Muncie Muslim claiming to be the Prophet Muhammad choked out a Goodwill worker then broke a police officer’s hand.

Khaliad Sulaiman Bilal said he was Mohammad then choked out a store clerk.

FOX 59 reported:

Muncie police arrested a man who they say choked a Goodwill employee, threatened to kill everyone in the store, and broke an officer’s hand all while claiming to be God.

Khaliad Sulaiman Bilal, 24, was arrested on preliminary charges of battery with injury, strangulation, battery with injury to an officer, intimidation, disorderly conduct, battery without injury, and resisting law enforcement.

Bilal entered the Goodwill store located at 5035 West Hessler Road on Saturday around 1:30 p.m. He claimed to be the Prophet Muhammad and began “aggressively approaching” customers, preaching to them and trying to place his hands on them, the Muncie Star Press reports.

A store clerk approached him, and Bilal choked the clerk and beat her.

Police were dispatched to the store, and Bilal fought with them while resisting arrest despite being tased several times.

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