Sami Lahmadi was working for Dick De Vigne’s in Warrior Square, Southend, when he was threatened by three angry clubbers who had been thrown out of the venue.Hurrah for Mr Lah...
Mr Lahmadi, 43, from Southend, stood up to the men and chased them off with a metal pole when he caught sight of a knife.
But Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) lawyers decided he had used excessive force, throwing Mr Lahmadi into a year-long battle to overturn the charges.*sigh*
Mr Lahmadi has now won his appeal in court.
The CPS declined to comment on Mr Lahmadi’s case.
Thank god poor Bishnu Shrestha doesn't have the misfortune to live in Southend. Our cretinous CPS would probably clamour to reinstate the death penalty for him...