British supermarket jihadi urges his friends via secret message app Telegram to carry out ‘Saint Petersburg-style’ attacks in London

The British Morrisons worker who fled to Syria to join ISIS urged is recruiting fanatics to plan bomb attacks similar to those that rocked the metro system in Saint Petersburg, Russia, earlier this month.

Omar Hussain, a former supermarket security guard-turned jihadi recruiter, used the secret messaging app Telegram to urge followers to carry out their own attacks in London.

In Saint Petersburg on April 3, Akbardzhon Dzhalilov, a 22-year-old native of Kyrgyzstan, blew himself up on a busy subway line, killing himself and 13 other people. Dozens of others were injured.