On­line date jailed for drunk at­tack

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A WOMAN has panic at­tacks when she hears a Scouse ac­cent af­ter be­ing punched by a man she met on­line.

The un­named vic­tim, from Bed­ford, suf­fered two frac­tures to an eye socket from punches thrown by drunken Liver­pudlian Char­lie Mul­ryan.

Mul­ryan, 33, trav­elled from Cam­bridgeshire to Bed­ford bus sta­tion on June 3 to meet the vic­tim.

The cou­ple met at a friend’s home, where he ar­rived “in a strange man­ner” and had a bot­tle of vodka and was asked to leave.

When the vic­tim joined him, he “squared up” to her, swore and punched her to the ground.

At Lu­ton Crown Court he pleaded guilty to caus­ing griev­ous bod­ily harm with in­tent. He was in breach of an eight-week jail sen­tence and was caged for three years 10 months.

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