Jobless Hadjett, who has never been in trouble before, was sent to a Young Offenders' Institution for 12 months.Well, he’s one fast learner!
David Macro, prosecuting, said last April 20, the victim was babysitting in the Accrington area and invited some other girls.
Four young men also arrived at the address, one of them the defendant. The 17-year-old and her friends had been drinking…Great babysitters, then!
…as had the ‘lads’ and Hadjett was clearly drunk. Mr Macro said: "It was a recipe for trouble and it soon arrived."
A row erupted and Hadjett was told to leave. The defendant was taken to the front door, but resisted and pulled the door off its hinges. The group managed to get him outside and his friends tried to calm him down.
Mr Macro said the victim was angry, upset and crying and went outside with a bottle of Lambrini. She would say she dropped it. A witness described her as smashing it by hitting it on the kerb. The victim kept hold of the neck of the bottle. She approached the defendant, who grabbed her and pushed her to the ground three times.
The victim suffered a five centimetre, deep laceration to her lower cheek. A neighbour went to her aid and helped stem the flow of blood.Young people! Doesn't it make you think about the future of our country?