Self-es­teem, low in­tel­li­gence...

Race at­tack vic­tim on the thugs who bit off his ear

Irish Sunday Mirror - - NEWS - BY JIM GAL­LAGHER

Sinead Mcar­dle not ex­pect them. I felt re­ally bad when the guy started spit­ting on me and telling me I’m a for­eigner in his coun­try. “I could see they were guys who do not care about any­thing. They do not go to work, they are some­body with a very low in­tel­li­gence. “They said, ‘we know where you live.’ I got re­ally wor­ried and asked the po­lice to watch the house.” His ter­ri­fied wife Joanna, who had been at­tacked the pre­vi­ous month, said: “I started bar­ri­cad­ing the door with my dou­ble pram.

“I had a big tool in the top floor so I can break the win­dow and run with the kids across the roof. I try to pro­tect my­self and the kids.”

Joanna said she could not be­lieve hu­man be­ings could bite some­one’s ear off, adding: “It’s im­pos­si­ble if you think about it. Who would do that? I thought Dam­age to Mi­lan’s ear is hor­ren­dous

Ear is held by doc­tor it was im­pos­si­ble any hu­man be­ing could do that.” Mi­lan said his wife was at­tacked out­side their home weeks be­fore when she told two men hav­ing sex dur­ing Gay Pride to move on. They started be­ing vul­gar and she got smashed against the wall. She was able to pro­tect the baby but not her­self. Joanna said: “I don’t want to even go out with my kids. I haven’t been go­ing to the play­ground as I was re­ally scared be­cause this hap­pened dur­ing the day, not night time.” A&E’S Dr Mcar­dle said: “We of­ten see bite marks and de­fence marks on hands, and then kicks and blows to the head, but to ac­tu­ally re­move a part of some­one’s body and the force re­quired to take off part of an ear is un­usual.” Trauma is RTE 2 on Thurs­day at 9.30pm. news@irish­mir­ror.ie With tro­phies

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