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£4000 Compensation for village bar man attack

August 25, 2012, 12:11 pm

Chris Kenna, 29, of Canalside Ancoats has been ordered to pay compensation to the victim of a unprovoked attack and do 180 hours unpaid word by The recorder of Manchester.

Kenna shot to fame as the man who claimed that he was discharged from the SAS due to his sexuality.

In the early hours of the 8th October last year Kenna was out with friends in The Eagle Bar in Mancester’s gay village. The victim, a bar worker, was walking across the dance floor when he felt a kick to his ankle. On discovering it was Kenna he warned him that if  he did it again he would be ejected, at which point Kenna turned to him and said “Don’t you know who I am” before grabbing him and punching him twice in the face.

The victim was taken to hospital and treated for cuts to his  face caused by a  ring that Kenna was wearing.

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