Bare-chested thug knocks couple out and stamps on man's face in horrific Bransholme street attack
A bare-chested thug knocked a man and his partner out, then stamped on his face after they challenged him about shouting in the street.
The man suffered bilateral fractures of the jaw and needed surgery and metal supports inserted, while his partner suffered "nasty" soft tissue damage to her head and face, and was so traumatised she needs counselling.
Attacker David Knight, 35, claimed he was acting in self-defence, but a jury found him guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and assault occasioning actual bodily harm after a trial at Hull Crown Court.
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