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Bourton-on-the-Water man accused of deliberately ‘glassing’ another man at pub

A 24-year-old Bourton-on-the-Water man, accused of deliberately 'glassing' another man at a pub in the village last Autumn, denied the charge on Friday (April 21).

At Gloucester Crown Court, sitting in Cirencester, Thomas Nuttall of Rye Close, Bourton, pleaded not guilty to unlawfully and maliciously wounding Lee Kelly with intent to cause him grievous bodily harm at the Kingsbridge Inn, Bourton, on October 21, 2022.

The judge, Recorder Richard Mawhinney, asked Mr Nuttall if he understood that the allegation against him is that emptied a glass of drink and then struck Mr Kelly with it twice to the face. Mr Nuttall said he understood.

Recorder Mawhinney set a timetable for progress of the case and ordered that Mr Nuttall's two-day jury trial will start on October 30.

Mr Nuttall was bailed till that date on condition he does not contact Mr Lee in any way or go to Moore Road, Bourton-on-the-Water.

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