The Brixton prison imam who Paul Song believes was instrumental in forcing him out of the jail once launched a bizarre attack on Barbie dolls.
Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed said in 2011: 'Barbie dolls belong to the top shelf. What is the point of a four-year-old girl having a doll that is dressed going to a nightclub? What is the point of a doll that has voluptuous assets? It's a sign of the Day of Judgment.'
For eight years, he was a part-time chaplain at Woodhill high-security prison in Milton Keynes, while also general secretary of the Islamic Party of Britain.