Transgender thug jailed in all-male prison after racist Sainsbury’s rampage

A transgender thug who identifies as a woman kicked and attempted to bite two police officers after shouting racial slurs at employees at a Sainsbury's store.

Rachelle Mikhnevich, 36, has been jailed in an all-male prison for 20 weeks following the racist rampage at the self-service checkouts in the Manchester supermarket.

During her expletive laden rant, Mikhnevich assaulted the assistant and kicked the shop manager between his legs.

She then told the guard: "Go away you f***ing n****r go away. What you looking at? F***ing look the other way lad before I f***ing knock these c***s out, f**k off you ugly c**t."

Police had to use leg restraints and a spit mask to bring her under control.

Mikhnevich, from Helsby, Cheshire, later claimed she had drunk three bottles of wine in the run up to the incident.

She told police: "I'm not a racist, I have ethnic origins in my family. I'm very sorry it's not something I would say and it's not how I would behave.

"I can't apologise enough it's not how I usually behave and feel very ashamed it's not the appropriate way to be behaving. I am shocked by what I have done and I am disgusted with myself and I can only apologise."

At Manchester Magistrate's Court, Mikhnevich, who is awaiting surgery for the next stage of her five year gender reassignment transition, was jailed for 20 weeks after she was convicted of assault and racially aggravated public disorder.

She is currently being detained at the men only Altcourse jail in Liverpool where she is undergoing hormone therapy.

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The 9.30pm incident began on March 16 this year while Mikhnevich was buying at the supermarket inside Piccadilly railway station in Manchester.

Prosecutor Miss Eileen Rodgers said: "She was present at the self-service till when Sid Keita an employee working at the store approached her and asked if she needed help as he could see she was struggling and having some difficulties.

"She said the items had already been purchased but couldn't prove that to the shop employee. He then challenged her and she became abusive and kicked him in the legs.

"Mr Itisham Butt the manager at the store then become involved when he saw what was going on and went over to try to calm the situation but he was kicked between the legs and looked to be in a lot of pain.

"They couldn't stop the person from kicking and shouting "f**k off" again and again and had to hold on to her for five minutes before the police arrived. The store manager says he was overcome.

"Amate Ayittey a store security guard came over to help them all out to diffuse the situation but Miss Mikhnevich was shouting names at him and was being abusive to him and he was told to 'f**k off'. She called him a 'n****r' and added: 'go away you f***ing n****r go away."

"He was also kicked as well. Police were called to attend but during the arrest, she was very abusive and was very drunk and on numerous occasions attempted to bite these officers and decided to try and spit at them but luckily it didn't land on them."

She kicked a PCSO in groin area and a female police office was also kicked while trying to restrain her.

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Mikhnevich later admitted in interview to being "extremely drunk" and "very, very drunk" and said she had consumed at least three bottles of wine.

Prosecutor Miss Eileen Rodgers added: "She mades numerous apologies confirming she has no proper recollection due to memory loss and the alcohol she had taken in.

"She was completely remorseful and apologised and said she should not have done that and she's not a racist by nature. She doesn't believe in anything like that at all. 'It was a silly incident born out of being drunk and too much alcohol."

The victims suffered no lasting injuries as a result of the attack.

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In evidence, Mr Ayittey said: "I heard one of the staff saying they want to check the receipt of the customer but the customer was trying to throw all the items from his bag and kicked off.

"Sid is from Nigeria and the customer used the N word. We were doing our duty and I was just trying to protect the staff. I felt bad that Sid had been called that name.

"The store was busy and there were people around who where shocked."

Mikhnevich had 17 offences on her record including previous assaults on emergency workers, sending threatening letters and having a bladed article.

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