The London Bridge terror attacker paid £1,000 for fat-busting cosmetic treatments at a health clinic just days before launching launching his stabbing rampage, it has been claimed.
Usman Khan, 28, who murdered two people, apparently had a series of £350 fat-freezing procedures at a clinic.
According to reports. he told staff he had been bullied at school, and that his weight had ballooned to over 18st by gorging on fast food after being let out of jail.
A senior clinician at the centre told The Sun : “There were a number of treatments. We’d even been in discussion with his GP over an issue he’d been bullied about at school.
“He lost a lot of weight after the treatments. He appeared happy and talked about looking forward to finding a job.”
Apparently, clinic staff were stunned when they learned of Khan’s London Bridge attack.
The clinician added: “We had several consultations with him over a number of weeks but there was no indication whatsoever that he was going to do what he did.”
Khan is said to have had the slimming treatment over several weeks and told staff he hoped to improve his life after being bullied.
The coward, who grew up in Stoke-on-Trent, was caged until December last year after being convicted of terror offences.
Inmates at Belmarsh prison in London also told The Sun that the terrorist loved Beyonce and watching the 4Music channel when he thought no one else was around.
A source who was in Belmarsh with him told the paper “some of the older guys teased him for watching the channel” and started “calling him Beyonce Boy after they caught him watching her Bonnie and Clyde video”.
When he was released from jail Khan moved to a bail hostel in Stafford before renting a tiny, £400-a-month flat where he travelled from to London to launch the sickening attack.
Dozens of people gathered in the Fishmongers’ Hall for an event marking the five-year anniversary of a Cambridge University criminal justice initiative, Learning Together, when Khan launched his attack.
He then stormed London Bridge but was chased by heroic staff members who armed themselves with 5-ft long narwhal tusk and fire extinguishers grabbed from inside the hall.
Former Cambridge University students Saskia Jones, 23, and 25-year-old Jack Merritt were stabbed to death by Khan and several more were injured, before armed cops shot the maniac dead.