Bloke kicked in testicles and called ‘English b*****d’ by angry Welshman

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    An Englishman was kicked in the testicles and called an “English b*****d” during an unprovoked attack in Wales.

    The shocking attack was launched by Jaryd Warlow, who seemingly picked on a random man in a Llanelli town centre street on November 13.

    The case was head at Swansea Crown Court this week.

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    Wales Live reports how the victim was waiting outside a house for a friend when the 30-year-old attacked shouted “ZIGGY” to him.

    He replied to state that he wasn't called Ziggy, which saw Warlow set upon him in a vicious assault.

    He shouted: “You English b*****d – get out of the country."

    The unnamed victim replied that his mother was Welsh, but that didn't stop the bloke attacking the 59-year-old.

    The man went to the floor and Warlow continued punching and kicking him – including further kicks between the legs – before picking him up and throwing him against a wall.

    His friend finally came out of the house and called the police.

    He ran off when police sirens were heard, but was eventually arrested – which is when he then shouted “English c**t” at the man.

    Jaryd Warlow, from Llanelli, admitted racially-aggravated assault occasioning actual bodily harm (ABH).

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    It emerged during the court hearing that he has 20 previous convictions for 32 offences including three ABHs, multiple batteries, and public order matters.

    Matt Murphy, defending, said the man wanted to stress that he had no ill feelings towards anyone from other parts of the UK nor from any other countries and that the mother of the youngest of his client's three children was herself English.

    Judge Paul Thomas KC sentenced him to 20 months in prison and the judge activated the full eight months of the previous suspended sentence to run consecutively making an overall sentence of 28 months.

    Warlow will serve up to half that period in custody before being released on licence.

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