Thursday, 27 August 2015

Pensioner Attacked Two Neighbours With Hosepipe

A pensioner, who attacked two neighbours with the metal end of a hosepipe and dowsed them with water, has received a suspended prison sentence.

Geoffrey Fussey, 84, of Byron Road, Wembley struck out several times, inflicting lacerations.

He pleaded guilty at Harrow Crown Court to assaulting Marcin Ktosowski, inflicting actual bodily harm, and assaulting Waldemar Glazer outside his home address on July 16, last year.

When Fussey first appeared at Hendon Magistrates Court he shook his head as the prosecution outlined the case against him, which they say left an eight year-old witness “traumatised.”

On that occasion he firmly vowed to fight the case and indicated not guilty pleas.

Recently widowed Fussey was sentenced to fifteen weeks imprisonment, suspended for twelve months and ordered to pay an £80 victim surcharge.

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