Bouncer broke man’s jaw in Leeds pub attack

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A BOUNCER who broke a pub customer’s jaw after he was racially abused has been spared a prison sentence.

Mohammed Haaris left his victim needing an operation to have metal plates inserted into his face after striking him outside The Royal, in Armley. Leeds.

Leeds Crown Court heard the attack happened just after 10pm on Friday March 15 last year after the victim went to the pub with a group of friends.


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