Kurtis Cawley will no longer be stationed at Tesco Metro, in Kensington, after his racist rants were revealed.
The Liverpool EDL co-ordinator showed no quarter in vile online proclamations against minority groups.
He was suspended by bosses following his sick diatribes and dismissed for gross misconduct last Friday.
Today, the ECHO can reveal how Cawley, who also masqueraded under the name “Kyle Huyton”:
- Boasted about “the P*** gym around the corner” calling him “the Nazi from Tesco”.
- Crowed about all the supermarket staff, “apart from the black manager” knowing and tolerating his racist views.
- Posting a mock online “advertisement” for an “anti-Islamic protection system” that showed pork scratchings attached to the door alarm podiums of the Prescot Road store [see picture].
- Claimed he used to hang his English Defence League flag in the Tesco canteen.
Today, the supermarket giant told the ECHO that Cawley, a Liverpool EDL co-ordinator, was no longer stationed at their store.
The former Sir Thomas A Becket Catholic High School pupil and St Helens College student was employed at the premises through the contracted firm, Advanced Security UK Ltd.
The north London-based company confirmed Cawley had been suspended immediately after the allegations came to light in mid-January.
In response to the controversy, the Liverpool English Defence League issued a statement denying the allegations.
It suggested Cawley had left the EDL last year and the profile of Kyle Huyton had been instead established as a “divisional gimmick” to deliberately distract their opponents and critics.
But that explanation was at odds with evidence online which saw Cawley accidentally referring to himself and Kyle Huyton as one and the same person.
The same Kyle Huyton and Kurtis Cawley also openly talked about his blatant racist attitude at work at the Tesco in Kensington.
He posted: “Work’s a ******* joke.
“Shop’s getting a refurb and there’s 20 workmen on site so as you’d imagine the toilets’ a no-go as it’s always in use.
“Never mind the 17-foot banner sayen were closed, the P****s, and gooks walkin’ in sayen ‘we no understand.’
“They’re understanding, ‘get the f*** out the shop were f****** closed, read the f******* sign, alright!”
He proudly added: “The P**** gym around the corner already call me ‘the Nazi from Tesco’, ha ha ha.
“I work in a minority area so you’ll have to excuse my being a tad dubious.”
Chris Fieldhouse, managing director of Advance Security, told the ECHO: “This employee has been dismissed for gross misconduct and bringing the company into disrepute.
“He was placed on suspension while our investigation takes place, led by his general manager for the region.
“If any allegations emerge of an individual working outside of their assignment instructions or contravening them, it leads to a disciplinary process.
“Suspension was immediate when these claims came to light, as anything which potentially brings the company into disrepute is treated with the utmost seriousness.”
See also “Exposed: Tesco’s racist EDL security guard – Kurtis Cawley”, EDL News, 1 February 2012