Thug scarred teacher for life after glassing victim inside Glasgow casino – News Today

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For any copyright, please send me a message.   A thug who permanently scarred a teacher on a night out faces a prison sentence.   Beau Campbell, 29, glassed stranger Wayne Smith, 33, at Glasgow city centre’s Grosvenor Casino last December.  The pair had met earlier that night before Campbell turned on the victim in the early hours of the morning.  Mr Smith was left needing four stitches and has permanent scarring in three places.   Campbell pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Wednesday to the assault to Mr Smith’s severe injury and permanent disfigurement.  The court heard the pair initially met at nightclub AXM before heading to the casino to continue their evening.   The men were joined by two others at 5.45am before CCTV picked up the brutal assault.  Prosecutor Adele MacDonald said: “The accused repeatedly punched him on the face and removed a glass tumbler from a table. How to get the latest crime news with the Daily Record  The Daily Record and Sunday Mail have always been at the forefront when it comes to reporting crime in Scotland.  But did you know all the ways you can stay informed of the top crime and courts headlines? Follow our brand new Twitter account @RecordCrime. Join our Scottish Crime and Courts Facebook page. Get our specialised Crime web alerts on your desktop by clicking ‘Keep me updated’ in the pop-up box whenever you click on to a Crime story on our website.  We share live crime news as well as stories on historical cases, keeping our readers informed and updated across the country.  “He struck Mr Smith with it on the forehead.”  Campbell attempted to flee the scene as police arrived but was pointed out by members of staff.  Mr Smith was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary meantime for treatment to a forehead wound which required four stitches.  The victim also received treatment for two smaller wounds as well as other cuts.  Miss MacDonald added: “He has been left with three areas of permanent scarring on his face.”  Lawyer Ian Sievwright, defending, will make his plea in mitigation at next month’s sentencing.  Sheriff Andrew Cubie said: “Given the nature of the offence and nature of the weapon as well as the consequences to Mr Smith, all options remain open.” Top news stories today  Campbell, of the city’s Mount Florida, who has one previous conviction, had his bail continued meantime.