A 24-year-old scaffolder hit a man over the head with a glass in an Aberdeen nightspot.
Ben Grimes appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday when he pled guilty to a number of charges.
He admitted assaulting a male in Bugsy Browns on Windmill Brae on January 14 by striking him on the head with a glass and repeatedly punching him on the head to his injury.
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Grimes, of Muirhead Avenue, Liverpool, also pled guilty to careless driving at excessive speed and failing to keep his vehicle under control, causing it to leave the carriageway on the Newburgh junction of the A90 Aberdeen to Ellon road on January 13.
He further admitted driving without a licence or insurance, as well as failing to appear at court on two previous occasions.
Defence agent Liam McAllister, representing Grimes, said his client had “no connection to the north-east of Scotland”.
Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill deferred sentence on Grimes until November 7 for the preparation of a social work report.
He was released on bail.