PUNCHED TO DEATH IN CHEESY CHIP ROW
Chef killed by single blow after late-night shop spat
have been ushering him out of the shop in Blackpool in the early hours of May 5 when Glenny turned around and swung a punch.
Glenny was yesterday jailed at Preston Crown Court for three years and four months after admitting manslaughter.
The court heard Glenny hit another man moments later outside the Chicken Express takeaway in Caunce Street.
His second victim, Daniel Rourke, was part of a group who were attempting to snap Glenny on their mobile phone cameras after he the attack on Guest-Binns.
Glenny was given an extra two months in prison for the common assault of Rourke.
The defendant, of Clinton Avenue, handed himself into police the same day and confessed to his crimes.
He admitted he had drank “quite a lot of lager”, spirits and had taken cocaine.
Joseph Allman, prosecuting, said Glenny told police: “I have ruined my life and some family over one punch.
“A few words have been exchanged and it’s just Blackpool, Friday night.” Julie Taylor, defending, submitted testimonials from Glenny’s family, friends and his employer.
She said: “They all have a common theme which is underlining his good character and their disbelief that this could have happened.
“He is a young man wracked with guilt. He plays over the early hours of May 5 over and over again and wishes he could turn back time.”
Passing sentence, Judge Pamela Badley said: “I want to stress that no sentence can reflect the loss of life.”
Glenny has been jailed for manslaughter