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Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Drunk jailed after glassing boxing fan in racist attack (UK)

A drunk who smashed a bottle into the head of a boxing fan during a racist attack in a pub has been jailed.

Doyle Leech is starting an 18-month jail term after racially abusing Adrian Johnson, then hitting him across the forehead with the bottle.

The attack left Mr Johnson – who had been returning from a boxing show – with a three-centimetre cut to the head which needed butterfly stitches in hospital.

But Stafford Crown Court heard Leech could not remember the attack – because he had drunk 20 double vodkas and seven pints of beer.

The 37-year-old, of Kent Grove, Stone, admitted racially aggravated assault causing actual bodily harm at the Crown and Anchor, in Stone, on October 23.

Paul Farrow, prosecuting, told the court that Mr Johnson had become involved in an argument in the pub with the defendant's cousin and, as they left, punches were thrown. But Leech was then seen to pick up a bottle, run at Mr Johnson and, jumping into the air, smash it on to his forehead.

Eugene Hickey, defending, said: "There is a difference between someone who attacks someone because of their ethnic group and someone who uses racist language. It would not have mattered what racial group the injured party belonged to – he was involved with my client's cousin.

"His cousin had been involved in some sort of incident with the complainant. He is deeply ashamed of his behaviour."

Recorder Adam Feest told Leech: "In a quite deliberate and violent way, you smashed the bottle over his head. To compound that violence you used foul, abusive and racist language, the sort which has no place in this country.

"You were extremely drunk. Twenty double vodkas and seven pints is a lot in anyone's book."

This is Staffordshire