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Trial for man accused of attacking woman with meat tenderiser

31-year-old enters not guilt plea to ABH offence

A Douglas man will stand trial after being accused of attacking a woman with a meat tenderiser.

Roman Pszczolkowski, of Central Promenade, appeared at Douglas Courthouse where he denied assaulting her and causing actual bodily harm.

The 31-year-old allegedly carried out the offence at the woman’s home, on Mona Terrace, on 24 September last year.

Committal proceedings – where the case is elevated to the Court of General Gaol Delivery – will take place on 23 April; he’s been bailed until that date.

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