Bouncer hurls man so hard he smashes head first into wall – on opposite side of the street

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Timothy Crump, 36, was jailed for 16 weeks after footage was shown in court of him hurling the victim out of Kennedy’s bar in Little Stonegate, York.

In the CCTV footage, the victim can be seen getting hurled across the street.

He then crashes into the wall opposite, leaving him with a dislocated elbow and a head wound.

Alison Whitely, prosecuting, said the victim had been at a work Christmas party when staff told him to leave because the bar was closing, on December 22 last year.

She said her client was frustrated that a group of women at the bar were being allowed to stay.

Crump, of York, North Yorkshire, denied causing actual bodily harm, but was convicted at a trial.

Adam Henry, defending, said the victim refused to leave despite being asked to do so and was abusive to a colleague of Crump.

He told York Magistrates’ Court that the bouncer only shoved the victim but later accepted excessive force had been used.

Crump no longer works at the bar and is now a plumber working with students, Mr Henry added.

The injuries sustained by the reveller left him unable to use his arm.

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JAILED: A bouncer was filmed chucking a reveller across the street (Pic: SWNS)

The injuries sustained by the reveller left him unable to use his arm.

Jailing Crump for 16 weeks, District judge Adrian Lower said: “His face went into the opposite wall before he ended up on the ground, clearly in some distress.

“You, without a backwards glance, returned back into Kennedy’s.

“As a result of your conviction, I suspect you won’t be able to work as a bar staff again.”

He also ordered Crump to pay £250 compensation to the victim and banned him from Kennedy’s bar for two years.

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