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Restaurant manager found guilty after head-butting customer

09 August 2013 by
Restaurant manager found guilty after head-butting customer

A Twickenham restaurant manager that head-butted a customer and left them with a broken nose has been given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay more than £700 in legal fees.

Mozaid Hussain, manager at Moidul's Rawalpindi in Kings Street, Twickenham, attacked the victim after he complained about service while at a Christmas party at the restaurant.

He received his sentence and was ordered to pay £80 in compensation and £625 in costs, after he was found guilty on Friday 2 August, at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court, according to www.richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk.

The victim was dining with colleagues at the restaurant in November when he made the complaint. When the party left the restaurant Hussain followed the group outside and approached the victim to offer him a cigarette, which was refused.

Hussain then head-butted the victim, who was taken to hospital with a broken nose and bruising. He handed himself into police and was arrested on 1 December 2012 and was later charged with common assault.

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