Asigno, 30, armed himself with a small knife and went looking for Nti, 29.This could have gone on forever...
Prosecutor Guy Russell said: “He was shouting at him to come out and fight and punched Nti when he did come out.
“Nti yelled up to his partner to throw down a knife. It was considerably bigger than the one Asigno had.
“Asigno ran back to his premises and got an even bigger knife.
Still, I'm sure our justice system looked unfavourably on such...
Both admitted possessing an offensive weapon and appeared at Brighton Crown Court for sentence yesterday. They were given ten-month prison sentences suspended for 18 months.