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Man jailed after headbutting shop worker and flashing restaurant staff

A 58-year-old man who headbutted a shop worker and exposed himself in a fast-food restaurant has been jailed.

Martin Bramley, flew into a rage when he was asked to leave an amusement arcade – threatening and abusing his victim before pinning him between two chairs.

He was swiftly arrested following the incident in Stockwell Gate, Mansfield, at around 2.40am on 21 June 2021.

Bramley, of Vale Road, Mansfield Woodhouse, later admitted to assault by beating and common assault.

He also admitted to an offence of exposure in relation to an unrelated incident on 4 June, when he entered a restaurant in Priestsic Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield, and pulled his trousers down.

In addition, he pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to comply with the terms of an existing court order relating to a previous sexual offence.

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Appearing at Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday 9 (September) we was sentenced to a total of 12 months in prison.

Constable Ryan Frew-McGill said: “Bramley is a violent and unpredictable offender who launched a wholly unprovoked attack on a shop worker – forcing others in the venue to fear for their own safety. Just three weeks before this he’d shown another dark side to his character by exposing himself in a restaurant, causing additional upset to more innocent retail workers. His behavior was utterly inexcusable and he has now been jailed.”

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