- Steven Ellis, 41, and Jason Hendry, 22, wanted to walk in Birmingham
- Were hoping to raise money for dogs' home but were escorted by police
- Locals attacked them and hurled abuse in Sparkbrook area of the city
- Men claim police said they had caused offence to locals during Ramadan
- Ellis's wife Victoria was called a 'dirty white s***' in front of her children
Two brothers in law who went on a sponsored walk wearing comedy mankinis had to be picked up by police - after they were pelted with stones and eggs by residents who told them 'this is a Muslim area' and demanded they leave.
Steven Ellis, 41, and Jason Hendry, 22, wanted to walk eight miles from Solihull to Birmingham city centre wearing the outfit featured in 2006 film Borat to raise money for Birmingham Dogs' Home.
But they ended up being escorted by officers after they were attacked as they passed through the Sparkbrook area of the city, claiming police said they had offended local Muslims during Ramadan.
Brothers-in-law wearing mankinis for charity walk are abused due to Ramandan | Mail Online