AN estate agent hit a man on the head with a wine glass in an unprovoked attack in a pub, a court has heard. The victim needed six stitches in the wound following what a judge called a “vicious glassing”. Swansea Crown Court heard the victim - a 20-year-old man - was at the bar of the Rock and Fountain pub in Skewen on the evening of January 18 having a drink with a friend.
A 22-year-old Gower man sexually groomed a young girl online and sent her an intimate image, a court has heard. A judge said he was in no doubt Alexander Parkhouse had set out to find young girls via social media and to engage them in sexual conversation and activity. Swansea Crown Court heard Parkhouse “pestered” the girl, even though she had made it clear to him how old she was. He asked her about her sexual activities, about her underwear, and sent her a video of his penis.
A man forged his seriously ill wife’s signature on legal documents and applied for a divorce without her knowledge, a court has heard. The victim only found out what was happening when she visited the marital home to collect person items, and found the divorce petition. A district judge said Nicky Mark Jones’ actions struck at the heart of the divorce process. Swansea Magistrates Court heard 44-year-old Jones and his wife had been married for some 18 years before going their separate ways.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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