Exeter Crown Court
Pracownik restauracji Exeter zaprzecza ataku na Polaków
Pracownik kawiarni nie przyznaje się do rasistowskich ataków na dwóch Polaków.
Antonio Pucci rzekomo ugryzł polskiego mężczyznę i jego żonę po tym, jak wyszedł z piwnicy mieszkania .
Rzekomo miał krzyknąć „F *** off Polish”.
Hałas pochodził z małej podziemnej strefy wejściowej zewnętrznej piwnicy, gdzie znajdują się liczniki energii elektrycznej dla wszystkich mieszkań w budynku.
Sąsiedzi Zygmund Dyląg i jego żona Wanda Brezezinska wyszli w celu sprawdzenia co się stało kiedy ponoć – tak twierdzą – mężczyzna chwycił ich za szyję uderzył lub ugryzł w ramię. Para uciekła do mieszkania i zabarykadowała się w pokoju, aż przyjechała policja.
Pucci, w wieku 46 z ulicy New Bridge Street, Exeter, zaprzecza ataku.
INNA WERSJA TO :
Pucci – Mówi, że działał w samoobronie i został zaatakowany.
Pucci powiedział policji, że jego żona poszła sprawdzić miernik a następnie wpadła na rowery. Następnie on udał jej się na pomóc, i został zaatakowany przez Dyląga i jego żone.
Powiedział, że został chwycony za szyję przez pana Dyląga i ugryzł go w rękę, starając się uwolnić.
Cała sprawa została opisana poniżej w wersji oryginalnej – więc jaka była prawda cóż każdy odpowiedz może znajdzie sobie sam. Ale czy był to atak rasistowski cóż ?
A cafe worker has denied launching racist assaults on two neighbours during a drunken Boxing Day fracas.Antonio Pucci allegedly bit a Polish man and his wife after they came out of their basement flat to investigate noise from the entrance way.
He is also alleged to have to have shouted ‚f*** off Polish’ and described one of the neighbours as a ‚f***ing old Polish woman’ during the confrontation.
Pucci, who works as a barista at Carluccio’s in Princesshay, had just returned from a night with his wife Nicky when the trouble flared up at around 11 am. Neighbours Zygmund Dylag and his wife Wanda Brezezinska thought Pucci was having a row with his wife when they heard noise coming from the underground yard outside their back door.They both went out to investigate and allege they were both grabbed by the neck by Pucci, hit or slapped in the face, or bitten on the arm or hand. The couple fled inside their flat and barricaded themselves into a room until the police arrived, Exeter Crown Court was told.
Pucci, aged 46, of New Bridge Street, Exeter, denies assault causing actual bodily harm to Mr Dylag, battery to his wife, and alternative counts that each offence was racially aggravated.
He says he was acting in self defence and was assaulted after going to help his wife, who tripped over a bicycle while trying to read an electricity meter which was located outside Mr Dylag’s front door. Miss Sally Daulton, prosecuting, said Mr Dylag had gone to bed on Boxing Day night last year while his wife was watching television at about 11.30 pm when she heard loud banging and shouting outside.
The noise came from a small underground entrance area outside the basement where there are electricity meters for all the flats in the building, including the top floor where Pucci and his wife live.
Miss Daulton said Miss Brezizinska opened her front door to find Pucci shouting at her and saying ‚f*** off Polish, she is my wife’. She then noticed Mrs Pucci huddled behind the door.
She felt a slap on the face and was grabbed by the throat by Pucci, who bit her on the arm. She shouted for help and her husband got out of bed and tried to push Pucci away. Miss Daulton said Mr Dylag was also hit, grabbed around the neck and bitten before breaking free and trying to shut the door.
She said:”Pucci opened the door and came inside and they fled to a room where they held the door shut. They could hear Pucci and his wife shouting outside and they did not come out until the police arrived. „They called their daughter who came to the flat and saw Pucci, who had picked up one of the bicycles and was waving it around while shouting about a ‚f***ing old Polish woman’.”
Police who were called to the scene say Pucci was very drunk while his wife had made her way back to her own flat, where they found her. Pucci told police his wife had gone down the check the meter and then fallen over the bicycles in the yard. He said he went to help her and was then assaulted by Mr Dylag and his wife after they came out. He said he had been grabbed by the neck by Mr Dylag and had bitten his hand in an effort to break free. Miss Daulton said:”Mr Dylag and his wife both believed there was an incident between Mr Pucci and his wife and went to help. Pucci says his wife had simply fallen down and he was set upon. He says he acted in self defence.”