Rugby player's jaw broken in drunken attack

Rugby player's jaw broken in drunken attack
 

A drunken man who broke the jaw of a young rugby player has been spared an immediate prison sentence.
Andrew Hunter, 30, injured Jack Peet with a single, mighty punch as boisterous late night behaviour between two groups of men in Penrith town centre turned violent.
Mr Peet, a former north of England under-18 rugby union player, underwent surgery after the attack to fit metal plates and screws into his jaw. This had been fractured twice.
Hunter was sentenced at Carlisle Crown Court today having admitted causing Mr Peet grievous bodily harm in the early hours of November 8 last year.
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4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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