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walesonline.co.uk 13 Sep, 2021 14:00 am

Alcoholic slashed man's neck with broken glass in pub after becoming paranoid

Alcoholic slashed man's neck with broken glass in pub after becoming paranoid
David Robinson, 44, "threatened to kill" a group of drinkers at the Colliers' Arms in Bridgend

Read more: Go here to read all the latest stories from the courts in Wales A sentencing hearing at Cardiff Crown Court on Monday heard Robinson was caught on CCTV walking behind the bar and throwing glasses at customers before fixing himself a drink.David Robinson, 44, became aggressive and threatened to kill a group of drinkers at the Colliers' Arms pub in Aberkenfig, Bridgend, on August 8, having become convinced he heard people talking about him behind his back.Prosecutor Richard Ace said the defendant attended the bar at 9pm, and was living in a flat above the Colliers' Arms at the time of the incident.The defendant then approached Mr Kinsey and two women, backed them into a corner and continued issuing threats, including "I'll f****** kill you, you think I am joking, you think I am f****** funny?

An alcoholic smashed a glass and used it to slash a man's neck after he went to the toilet and became paranoid everyone was talking about him.Having told manager Tom Pound about his suicidal feelings, he went to the toilet but returned with an "evil expression" on his face and appeared to be intoxicated.

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