Axe attack man's sentencing adjourned

Axe attack man's sentencing adjourned

Axe attack man's sentencing adjourned

Sentencing has been adjourned for a man who admitted attacking another man with an axe and knife inside a pub opposite his Windsor home.

Robert Halligan, of Clewer Hill Road, was set to appear at Reading Crown Court today but his fate will now be decided on August 30.

The 49-year-old admitted three charges at the same court on June 29, including unlawfully wounding Decimus McNulty with an axe on April 27.

He also pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of dangerous weapons in the alcohol-fuelled attack at The Sebastopol pub, also in Clewer Hill Road.

He has been remanded in custody in Bullingdon Prison.

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