A man admitted leaving another man scarred after an Aberdeen nightclub assault.
Bradley Strachan assaulted two people in Prohibition, in Aberdeen city centre, and a third on Union Street on October 9.
The 20-year-old had already pled guilty at an earlier hearing to assaulting a man in Prohibition on Langstane Place by punching him on the face to his injury.
Strachan had also admitted assaulting another male, this time on Union Street, by punching him on the face repeatedly to his injury.
And Strachan accepted his guilt in relation to a third charge, assaulting another male in the nightclub and repeatedly punching him on the face to his injury and permanent disfigurement.
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Defence agent Iain Hingston told the court: “The only reason for this intermediate diet calling today was for the Crown to satisfy me that permanent disfigurement existed.
“It does and it’s now a plea of guilty.”
Mr Hingston asked for sentence to be deferred for reports.
Sheriff Morag McLaughlin deferred sentence on Strachan, of Shapinsay Square, Aberdeen, until next month for a criminal justice social work report and restriction of liberty order assessment to be prepared.