A MAN has been banned from a Huddersfield pub after two attacks on landlords.
Darren Jennings must stay away from the Masons Arms in Longley Road, Lowerhouses, for the next two years.
An exclusion order was made against Jennings, 22, of Cross Lane, Primrose Hill, after Bradford Crown Court was told he twice took part in violence at the pub.
Prosecutor David McGonigal said Jennings and two friends went to the pub after 10pm last February 14. They all seemed the worse for drink.
Jennings became abusive and pushed landlord Gordon Wenzel in the chest after the group was asked to leave. A scuffle broke out, but customers quickly broke it up. Jennings escaped, but police arrested him the next day.
Mr Wenzel suffered a bruised thumb, along with cuts to the lip and the back of the head.
Jennings was released on bail, but seven months later he was involved in another attack.
Landlady Sylvia Concannon, who had been at the pub for a week, said Jennings was drunk and agitated. He made threats and asked for a free drink.
When that was refused, Jennings picked up a broken glass and lunged towards Miss Concannon's partner. When she tried to stop him, the glass caused a cut that required 10 stitches to her hand and left a scar.
John Edwards, for Jennings, said his client did not want to drink again, saying it was not worth it.
Jennings pleaded guilty to affray and wounding.
He was made the subject of a two-year community rehabilitation order and must go on an enhanced thinking skills course.
Jennings was also put on a six-month curfew order, to run between 8pm and 7am.
Judge Terence Walsh told him he was taking this course of action because he had been in custody since September.