A homeowner was disgusted when a takeaway delivery driver ripped a Christian cross from her front door and threw it on the floor as he delivered her curry.
Sickened Georgia Savva has reported the vandalism as an anti-religious hate crime and says she will not let the matter go.
Churchgoer Georgia noticed the Palm Sunday cross that had been on display by her front door for years had been torn into pieces and left scattered on her doormat when she left for work on Tuesday.
Surprised, as it had been there so long, she asked her two teenage children to check the family's CCTV security system to see what had happened.
Ms Savva was stunned to find that the culprit responsible for destroying the cross was her local takeaway's delivery driver
They were stunned to find their local takeaway house's delivery driver had ripped the cross from the wall before throwing it to the ground.
Bizarrely, just seconds later the video shows the door opening and Ms Savva's teenage son handing the worker cash for the takeaway - including a generous tip.
Last night, the 48-year-old finance worker, who is Greek Orthodox, said she was heartbroken that anyone could be so disrespectful.
She has been visiting the Romna Gate Tandoori in her home of Southgate, north London, since she was a teenager, spending thousands there and always tipping staff at the Indian restaurant.
Sickened Georgia Savva has reported the vandalism as an anti-religious hate crime and says she will not let the matter go
She said: 'I saw the broken cross on Tuesday and mentioned it to the children, who are at home revising for exams.
'They told me to go to work and they would check the camera at the front of the house.
'I assumed it would be a fox or something as the cross had been there for years, but they called me and said it was the delivery driver.
'I called the restaurant and they ignored me and then I was so furious I went in there after work.
'If you kicked over my plant pots I'd think you were a bit of a kn*b, but what he did was really offensive.
Bizarrely, just seconds later the video shows the door opening and Ms Savva's teenage son handing the worker cash for the takeaway - including a generous tip
'It doesn't matter what your personal view is, you do not treat people like that.
'You have a name for things that are anti-Muslim, or anti-semitic, but there isn't one for things that are anti-Christianity.
'There is no way I'm letting this rest.
'There is no way I'm going to let my children think that sort of behaviour is OK.
'If I can prosecute, I will.'
Georgia shared the video of the delivery driver on Facebook, saying she was 'disgusted'.
She has now called the police and they are due to come and interview her at 8pm tonight (Weds).
She posted: 'This is the moment the vile delivery driver tore down our palm crucifix off the wall and threw it to the ground.
'Who knew anti-Christianity was rife in North London!
'I have called several times