Indian restaurant owner broke diner’s nose after mistakenly thinking he’d fled without paying


An Indian restaurant owner broke a diner’s nose in a vicious attack following a row over an unpaid bill.

Jaminul Islam, 22, and his waiter brother Foridul, 32, attacked their victim in the business’s car park.

They followed him out of Bull and Spice in Nuneaton, Warks, after wrongly believing he had left without paying.

But in fact the diner had gone outside to get some money from a nearby cashpoint to settle the bill.

CCTV footage showed the pair punching and kicking their victim as he lay stricken on the ground.

Jaminul then went through his wallet and took £20 the man owed for his Indian meal.

Warwick Crown Court heard the victim suffered a broken nose and still struggles to breathe through one nostril.

Jaminul and Foridul, from Stirchley, Birmingham, admitted ABH and were given eight month suspended sentences.

They were also ordered to complete 120 hours of unpaid work and each pay £150 court costs.

News Source MirrorNews

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