A labourer who tried to “bully” a bartender into serving him beers in the bottle will know his fate on August 15.
Ronald Sylvester Lewis, of Bankers Gap, Government Hill, St Michael, admitted that he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Alana Walcott on June 23 and also damaged a drink dispenser and a napkin holder belonging to Old Jamming Night Club.
Lewis ordered three beers in bottles that night. However, the club only sells the beverage in cups after midnight. Lewis was informed of the policy but became incensed when Walcott began to pour the drinks.
The prosecutor said Lewis reached over the bar, took up the cup and threw the drink in Walcott’s face. He also reportedly took up a plastic dispenser and threw it at Walcott, striking her in the head.
Walcott was in court today and informed Magistrate Douglas Frederick of her injuries and said she also had to return to the doctor.
Lewis was then granted $2,500 bail and the case was adjourned, pending the outcome of Walcott’s visit to the doctor.