A DRUNKEN clubber who narrowly escaped jail for attacking two men was told he had brought shame on his family.
Tom France, 20, of Longley, Hade Edge, threw beer bottles at Tokyo’s bar in Huddersfield town centre.
He had drunk 10 pints of lager.
France, a dairy worker, admitted two counts of unlawful wounding in June this year.
His Honour Judge Geoffrey Marson, QC, told France: “You are normally a decent, hard-working young man and you have brought shame on your family.”
The judge sentenced France to a 12-month prison term suspended for two years.
He must carry out 100 hours of unpaid work and pay compensation and costs totalling £1,000.
Mr Mehran Nassiri, prosecuting, told Leeds Crown Court how France and his cousin Aaron Adams had been drinking in Tokyo’s at 1.30am on June 28.
Two men, Kar Yau, 20, and Wesley Anderson, 22, were in the smoking area when France and Adams barged past.
There was a confrontation and France swung his beer bottle which struck Mr Yau on the forehead.
France and Mr Adams then walked away.
Later Mr Anderson went outside the front entrance for a cigarette and sat on a bench.
Mr Adams was seen talking with door staff and waving his arms.
Mr Nassiri said there was then a scuffle between Mr Adams and Mr Anderson.
France became involved and threw a bottle at Mr Anderson causing a 2cm cut on his upper right ear which needed hospital treatment.
France admitted the offences in police interviews.