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Friday, 4 March 2011

Race attackers given detention (Wales, UK)

A fast food takeaway was the scene of chaos when two women were attacked by four customers.

At one point, one of the women had her hair extensions pulled out and paraded in front of her by an attacker. The two black women were then ridiculed when monkey noises and gestures were made at them.

Amy Morgan, 20, of Ash Crescent, Merthyr Tydfil, admitted two counts of common assault and Toni Pippin, 18, of Heol Ty Mawr, Merthyr Tydfil, admitted two counts of racially aggravated common assault.

Two other teenagers, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were also in the dock.

A 16-year-old girl admitted two counts of racially aggravated common assault and her 17-year-old female co-defendant two counts of common assault.

Laurence Jones, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said all four had been in the local McDonald’s restaurant when the two victims walked in on the evening of May 28.

They were subjected to monkey noises as one of the girls jumped up and down making animal gestures and food was thrown at them as they were physically attacked.

At one point, one of them had her hair extensions pulled out as she was dragged across the floor. Manager Darren Edwards had to step in to stop the attack as they grappled on the floor.

Andrew Davies, defending Pippin, who has a record for violence, said she had turned to drink and drugs at a very early age but was now in a stable relationship and expecting a child.

Claire Wilks, defending Morgan, said the Matalan worker was “immature” and “prone to giggling”.

“She is quite a quiet young lady,” she said.

The court heard only Pippin had a criminal record and that the two unnamed teens were high achieving individuals in sporting and academic arenas with promising futures.

The 16-year-old was given six months’ detention and the 17-year-old four months, while Morgan was given four months and Pippin 12 months, both in a young offender’s institution.

Wales Online