Defending, Christopher Pix said Mr Brindley suffers from epilepsy due to depression (Ed: Huh..?) and that his dog had had "a positive influence on his mental health".
I wonder how its victim's mental health is?
Due to the absence of previous complaints or incidents related to the dog, Mr Brindley was ordered to pay £250 compensation to the victim.
An order has been made for the dog to be muzzled in all public places.
I thought we had moved on from the fallacy that a dog is allowed 'one bite'..?