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Thursday, 14 January 2016

'Fighting drunk' who scarred man for life by smashing vodka bottle into his face jailed

'Fighting drunk' who scarred man for life by smashing vodka bottle into his face jailed


'Fighting drunk' who scarred man for life by smashing vodka bottle into his face jailed

A "FIGHTING drunk" who smashed a vodka bottle into a young man's face, knocking him unconscious and scarring him for life, has been jailed for two years.
Mawadat Kazmi hurled the bottle at a shop assistant before hitting Nabeel Ali on the forehead with it, Bradford Crown Court heard.
Kazmi, 23, of Church Street, Manningham, Bradford, posed a high risk of serious harm to the public, Judge Jonathan Rose said yesterday.
He pleaded guilty to causing Co-op worker Christopher Hughes actual bodily harm and, an hour later, causing grievous bodily harm to Mr Ali in an unprovoked attack in the street.
Prosecutor Kate Bisset said the offences took place in the early evening of April 7 last year.
Residents in Park Hill Drive, Allerton, Bradford, were alerted to two men shouting and scuffling in a snicket.
One of them was Kazmi, who was swigging from a bottle of vodka.
He went to the nearby Co-op, on Allerton Road, where he tried to start an argument with the staff.
Kazmi punched Mr Hughes in the face, cutting his mouth, when he tried to calm him down.

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