Woman bit off part of man’s ear in pub

Dorset Echo: Woman bit off part of man’s ear in pub Woman bit off part of man’s ear in pub

A WOMAN has pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding after a court heard she bit off part of a man’s ear in a pub.

Josephine Mulry, 27, admitted the charge at a hearing at Dorchester Crown Court.

Judge Roger Jarvis warned the defendant, of Airfield Close, Crossways, that she could face jail.

He adjourned the hearing for a pre-sentence report to be prepared.

Mulry was released on unconditional bail and is due to return to the court on May 9 to be sentenced.

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12:33pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Get a grip says...

In mitigation her solicitor said that she was hungry and the pub had run out of Pork Scratchings
In mitigation her solicitor said that she was hungry and the pub had run out of Pork Scratchings Get a grip
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10:17am Thu 10 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

Ears don't make good eating. There's too much grissle in them.
Ears don't make good eating. There's too much grissle in them. JackJohnson
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