- The confrontation took place in central Birmingham on July 4 this year
- She said he criticised her tight jeans and shouted 'Satan' and 'slut'
- Police arrested him the next day and he unleashed a rant about the Queen
- The jobless preacher was found guilty yesterday but has today avoided jail
Islamic street preacher: Krissoni Henderson was still eating his breakfast as he arrived at court this morning for his sentencing
An Islamic street preacher found guilty of abusing a woman in the street over her skinny jeans today insisted he was 'innocent' as he avoided jail.
Unemployed Krissoni Henderson, 31, was convicted of religiously aggravated threatening behaviour after he confronted Noor Alneaimi in Birmingham's New Street on July 4 this year.
He has now been handed a community order and told to pay a total of £710 in costs after being sentenced at Birmingham Magistrates Court.
But Henderson claimed he and his wife, Danielle, were completely 'innocent victims' and vowed to appeal the sentence.
The city's magistrates court was yesterday shown a video which showed Henderson shouting 'You're all terrorists' and 'the Queen of England is a terrorist' as he was led away by police.
Henderson accosted his Muslim victim over her jeans before calling her a slut and saying he would blow up her house.
He said: 'You shall burn in hell, look at your jeans they are so tight. You will burn in hell for wearing such clothes'.
When she said she would report him, he told her: 'They can't do nothing. I am going to come down your house and blow up you and your house.'
Ms Alneaimi previously told the court: 'He started calling females on the street prostitutes, predominantly white women, calling them sluts.
One woman started crying and ran off.
'Then he started hurling abuse at me. He said: 'Look at your tight jeans. You are a kafir'. I was dressed in Western clothes so I don't think he thought I was a Muslim.
'He kept saying: 'Satan, Satan, Satan' and it started drawing attention. I moved away because I was becoming frightened.'
Ms Alneamii said she was left 'shaking' after the alleged incident.
She added: 'A group of men started sniggering and one of them said 'oi oi, darling' and asked how much I charged for the night. I started to cry because my image had been tarnished.'
In court, Henderson tried to claim his victim may have tried to 'seduce' him because he's 'very muscular' and 'handsome'.
Unemployed Krissoni Henderson was found guilty of racial abuse following his confrontation with victim, Noor Alneaimi, in Birmingham's New Street on July 4 this year
Krissoni Henderson, pictured with his wife and a member of the public yesterday afternoon
Henderson made a highly-charged statement outside court yesterday, vowing to 'fight back'
Henderson denied a charge of using threatening words and behaviour, causing harm or distress and a second offence which was religiously-aggravated.
But he was found guilty by magistrates and today handed a 24-month community order. Henderson was ordered to pay an £85 victim surcharge, £200 in compensation and £425 in court costs.
He was also given a six-month curfew between 7pm and 7am and told to attend anger management and decision making classes.
Sentencing, chair of the bench Michael Somers said: '[The offence] was religiously aggravated and in addition in a public place at a busy time and at risk of inflaming violence against a gathering crowd.
'Because it was religiously aggravated we are going to uplift the community order to 24 months.
'We are also going to include a request for a rehabilitation activity requirement of up to 30 days targeting decision making and anger management.'
In court, Henderson tried to claim his victim may have tried to 'seduce' him because he's 'very muscular' and 'handsome'
Henderson, pictured outside court earlier this month, abused a woman over her skinny jeans
In his evidence to the trial, Henderson claimed his victim had 'targeted' him - and may have been trying to seduce him
Henderson, dressed in a log white robe, turned to JPs as he left the court and said: 'I want you to know that I am completely innocent for what I have done and I am going to turn my life around and be a good father and a good husband.'
Mr Somers replied: 'Good to hear it, Mr Henderson.'
Outside court, Henderson said his preaching days were over, adding: 'There's a place I'm going where you lot can't come.
'Because you're not willing to take on the suffering that I have endured.
'You've lied about me in the newspapers, you've said the most horrible things about my wife and said the most horrible things about me.
'But my skin is as thick as a crocodile. My skin is as thick as a rhinoceros. You can't penetrate me.
'You know why you can't penetrate me? Because my heart is as soft and as tender as anything.
Avoids jail: Henderson received a community order at Birmingham Magistrates Court today
Henderson screamed a tirade of abuse at a Muslim woman for wearing skinny jeans
Come and live with me for 24 hours and you will know what sort of person I am.
'I will wash your feet, I will cook your food and I will comb your hair - and I will make you a cup of tea.
'Let the greatest among you be your servant.'
The court was yesterday shown a video of police arresting Henderson at his home as he launched a 15-minute rant.
When taken away by police, he shouted: 'Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! We're not going to take this anymore. You have no Jesus, I'm not scared of you. You are trying to belittle me.
'Satanists. You disgusting beasts. Filthy beasts. You treat us like c**p in your country. You treat us like animals in your country.'
He told officers: 'You treat black people like terrorist. You are the terrorists. The Queen is a terrorist.'