A TEENAGER who survived the Park Inn attack has of his terror as he was stabbed multiple times. 

The 19-year-old, known only as Mo, told LBC was stabbed five times after he stepped out of his hotel room for lunch. 

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He was one of a number of asylum seekers living in the Glasgow hotel in June last year. 

Tomorrow marks one year since Badreddin Abadlla Adam went on a rampage which brought Glasgow to a standstill. 

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The 28-year-old was another resident of the Park Inn hotel in West George Street and was from Sudan. 

Glasgow Times: Badreddin Abadlla Adam, who stabbed six people at the hotel Badreddin Abadlla Adam, who stabbed six people at the hotel

He attacked Constable David Whyte, as well as three other asylum seekers and two members of the hotel staff. 

Mo said: "I was in my room sleeping. I set my phone to wake me up for breakfast, lunch and dinner because if you miss any of them, you need to wait for the other one. There was no special preference.  

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"So my phone rang on that day and I decided to come outside to have lunch, this was around after one. As soon as I opened my door, I took two steps outside and I felt someone stab me from the back. 

Glasgow Times: Badreddin Abadlla Adam was buried in Glasgow last year Badreddin Abadlla Adam was buried in Glasgow last year

"I turned to see who it was and he stabbed me again in my tummy. It was two in the back and three in my tummy and one in my finger."

He also spoke about how the attack has left him mentally scarred and how sudden noises can make him jumpy. 

He added: "It is quite tough on me. At times, even if I'm sleeping, if my flatmate opens the door, I get shocked. 

"Often now, I will go into my room and think about all this stuff and start shedding tears. I don't think it's good for my health.

"I have counsellors who are doing counselling with me."

The only fatality in the attack was Abadlla Adam, who was shot dead by armed police. 

He was buried in New Linn Cemetery in Glasgow on July 18 last year.