X

Cookies

Continue We want you to get the most out of using this website, which is why we and our partners use cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to receive these cookies. You can find out more about how we use cookies here.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Subscriptions  |  evouchers  |  Jobs  |  Property  |  Motors  |  Travel  |  Dating  |  Family Notices

Fan lashed out at security worker at Cumbrian music festival

A music fan who lashed out at a security worker at last year’s Kendal Calling music festival has admitted assault.

Tony Harrison, 26, swung his hand at the worker while he was holding a beer can, Carlisle Crown Court heard.

The victim needed three stitches to a cut on his face.

The attack happened after Harrison and two of his friends were stopped on their way into the festival near Penrith in July last year because they were not wearing the wrist band to show they had paid.

Harrison, from Skelmersdale, was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work, and told to pay £1,500 in costs, £200 compensation and a £60 victim surcharge.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

News & Star What's On search





Vote

Do you support Carlisle United's move to a new stadium?

Yes - absolutely. It's just what the club needs

No - I'd rather they spent the money on new players so we can climb the leagues

No - I think they should develop the Brunton Park ground

Show Result

Hot jobs
Scan for our iPhone and Android apps
Search for:
NEWS & STAR ON: