The devastated widow of a Sheffield dad killed after he was mowed down by a drink driver says her family has been 'failed by the justice system' after his killer was convicted of assault – but not sent back to jail. Emma Egan, aged 29, was back in court and handed a community order after she admitted assaulting a man during a gig at the Manchester City Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Egan punched a stranger who told her boyfriend off for urinating on people.
Emma Egan, aged 29, was back in court and handed a community order after she admitted assaulting a man during a gig at the Manchester City Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Egan punched a stranger who told her boyfriend off for urinating on people. She lost her temper with Gary Tann after he told her boyfriend he should not urinate on a woman sitting in front of him at a Drake concert. Fauod Elhabba, 27, had been relieving himself at the gig.
Have your sayA male quad biker has been taken to hospital after he came off a vehicle on the White Bear estate in Wath-Upon-Dearne this evening. Emergency services were called at 5.41pm and dispatched an air ambulance, rapid response vehicle and a regular road ambulance to the scene. Locals said they'd heard rumours the injured party was under 18 but this has not yet been confirmed.
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Selecting a term
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