Mail Online caption: A court heard ‘hard-working and successful’ Brown was downing wine
after work when she spotted the man, 20, standing at the bar
Our thanks to Penny for this. An extract:
A furious estate agent smashed a wine glass into an innocent man’s head when he spurned her in a crowded bar. [J4MB: He had turned around to speak to a friend. Her action says a lot about deep-seated female entitlement.]
Sarah Brown, 27, flew into rage when the man turned his back on her – and twice thrust her glass into her victim in the ‘vicious and unprovoked’ attack…
John Hipkin, defending, said: ‘She has no explanation for what happened other than the alcohol.
‘She recognises she has issues with alcohol and anger management that now need to be addressed.’
Brown, of Neath, South Wales, admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm and possessing an offensive weapon.
Judge Paul Thomas QC told her: ‘You caused your victim a very unpleasant injury.
‘This was a vicious, unprovoked glassing of a stranger in a pub.
‘To hit anyone with a glass is a serious offence because of the damage it can do, and always crosses the custody threshold.’ [J4MB: Unless the perpetrator is a woman, and the victim a man, obviously.]
She was handed a 12 month suspended sentence and ordered to complete rehabilitation courses in anger management and alcohol.
She was also ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work and told to pay her victim £2,000.
Judge Thomas said that if she had glassed the man in the face then she would have been jailed. [J4MB emphasis. Next time, if she glasses a man in the face whilst drunk, the judge will have to come up with a different ludicrous excuse to spare her a custodial sentence.]