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THE father of Chelsea captain John Terry was yesterday charged over an alleged racist attack.

Ted Terry, 59, is accused of assaulting a man in Fenchurch Street in the City of London.

He was charged as he answered bail at Bishopsgate Police Station.

He is accused of committing a racially aggravated common assault and a public order offence at 8pm on March 22.

In July last year his son John, 32, was cleared of racially abusing QPR ace Anton Ferdinand during a match.

Asked about the charges last night at his home in Grays, Essex, Ted Terry replied, “Oh, yes. Goodnight,” and then shut the door.

Two other men, Tudor Musteata, 47, and 36-year-old Stephen Niland were also charged. They are said to have caused a “fear of violence” that was racially aggravated.


Chelsea star ... John Terry

Terry, Musteata, of Greenwich, South East London, and Niland, of Romford, Essex, will appear at City of London Magistrates’ Court on July 23.

Ex-England skipper John’s mum Sue, 55, and mother-in-law Sue Poole, 59, were cautioned for shoplifting in 2009.

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The father of Chelsea captain John Terry will stand trial in November accused of shouting racists comments during an incident in the City of London on March 22.

Ted Terry, 59, was charged with two racially-aggravated counts earlier this month. London Magistrates' Court was told Terry allegedly yelled "f***ing Paki" and "black c***" during the incident and is also accused of assaulting Amarjit Talafair.

Terry pleaded guilty to the assault charge but his lawyer John Oliver said the basis of the plea was that there was no racially aggravated element to the offence. The Crown did not accept these pleas.

The case was adjourned and the magistrate fixed a two-day trial at the Magistrates Court starting on November 11.Two other men also face trial over the same incident.


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