Nightclubber in Cleethorpes broke man's cheekbone
VIOLENT nightclubber Jordan Tyson broke a man’s cheekbone after viciously punching him in the face without warning, a court heard.
Tyson, 20, of St Ann’s Avenue, Grimsby, admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm on Owen Cowton on June 30.
A previous hearing at Grimsby Crown Court heard that one of Mr Cowton’s group became embroiled in an argument with a friend of Tyson in a Cleethorpes nightclub.
Mr Cowton was escorted outside but, without warning, Tyson approached him from behind and punched him in the head, causing him to stagger but not fall.
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A doorman took Tyson back inside the nightclub. Mr Cowton suffered a broken cheekbone and needed surgery to insert two plates. He had suffered problems with double vision and scars.
Tyson later admitted he had been drinking and had taken drugs.
The court heard at the time that Tyson had been in a “very bleak and angry place” and went into a downward spiral, hanging around with the wrong people and drinking. He regretted his actions.
At a resumed hearing before Hull Crown Court, Tyson was given a one-year suspended custodial sentence, a one-year supervision order and a four-month 10pm to 6am curfew.