URINATING on an injured and bleeding man was the most shaming thing he would ever do, a murder accused told the jury yesterday.

Robert Wainwright, known as Bobby, said he didn’t want to slap or kick Mohammed Feazal Ayaz as he lay naked on the floor.

Wainwright told Bradford Crown Court he was called a “pussy” and encouraged to assault My Ayaz.

Asked by his barrister, Adam Kane QC, why he urinated on him, he replied that it did not involve using any violence.

“It’s no excuse. It’s not right. I shouldn’t have done. It was the least thing I could do, and it’s the most I’ll ever feel ashamed about anything I will ever do,” he said.

Mr Ayaz, 20, of Duckworth Grove, Manningham, Bradford, was found dead in Saffron Drive, Allerton, Bradford, on July 1 last year. His naked body was dumped in the street after he suffered a traumatic head injury.

Wainwright, 26, of Mannville Terrace, Bradford City Centre, was the third defendant to give evidence in the murder trial.

Speaking from the witness box, he told the jury he used no violence on Mr Ayaz, known as Fizzy, that night.

He was working for Raheel Khan’s drug dealing business and went to Unit 2 at the Denholme Business Centre to collect his pay.

He was asleep at the unit after smoking cannabis and did not remember Fizzy arriving.

Wainwright said he woke when Khan’s partner in the drugs business, Akaash Rafiq, punched Fizzy. When he came round, Fizzy was upset, angry and shouting.

Wainwright said he was in the TV room when Suleman Khan hit Fizzy in the corridor. After Fizzy was pulled back into the unit, he could hear shouting.

“The next thing I knew he (Fizzy) was naked,” Wainwright said.

He did not take any of the film clips of Mr Ayaz being assaulted while he was naked and bleeding or record the commentary.

He did not use any violence against him or encourage anyone else to do so.

Wainwright said he helped to get Fizzy out of the unit into the back of an S Max. He was wrapped in a sheet but still alive, “moving, breathing and snoring.”

He drove a Smart Car following the vehicle, thinking Mr Ayaz was being taken to hospital.

When he found out that he was dead, Wainwright said he was “shocked and panicked.”

Earlier, he told the court he was born in Bradford and had spent time in foster care.

He was assessed as having special educational needs and left school at 14 without any formal qualifications.

Wainwright said he did not have his own home at the time and was “sofa surfing.”

A fractured left leg and broken ankle had left him able to walk only short distances and incapable of driving anything but an automatic vehicle.

Also on trial denying Mr Ayaz’s murder are: Raheel Khan, 27, of no fixed address; Suleman Khan, 20, of Sandford Road, Bradford Moor, Bradford; Junaid Hussain, 28, of Silverhill Road, Bradford Moor; and Stephen Queeney, 34, of Junction Row, Bolton Road, Bradford.

Shaoib Shafiq, 20, of Gladstone Street, Bradford Moor, and a 17-year-old Bradford youth, who cannot be named because of his age, plead not guilty to assisting an offender.

Raheel Khan has admitted manslaughter.

The trial continues.