Man's head smacked on cobbles in Plymouth incident
A MAN shook his friend as he lay on the ground – and his head hit the cobblestones, a court heard.
Anthony Evans, aged 56, admitted at Plymouth Crown Court to assaulting the man causing actual bodily harm.
He attacked Stuart Leslie outside the Melbourne Inn in Stonehouse on April 16.
A previous hearing was told Mr Leslie lost consciousness and needed medical treatment to glue cuts to his head.
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Jo Martin, for Evans, of North Road West, said he did not deliberately bang his friend's head on the ground.
Recorder Belben gave him a six-month curfew, every night between 5pm and midnight.
Evans must also pay £160 in compensation to the victim.