Thug dances oat court after avoiding jail for shaving girlfriends head in rage

A strange bloke was seen dancing outside Northampton Crown Court just minutes after avoiding jail.

And he did so despite being found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two counts of criminal damage for shaving his girlfriend's head and smashing up her home and car.

Owen James Tysoe, 32, claims he “lost him temper” during the anger-fuelled moment, which started with the unnamed woman waking up to find him shaving chunks of her hair off at 7am on January 29.

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He also screamed “you're a whore, you don't deserve to live” at her.

Tysoe had accused her of cheating on him before going on to smash her bedroom television and kick the door of its hinges.

He then scratched “I love (name's) c**k” onto the bonnet of the woman's car and shouted “you're cheating ****s” at her.

They had been together for three years up until this point.

His victim was left with minor injuries from where she tried to defend herself when Tysoe was shaving her head.

Appearing at Northampton Crown Court on Thursday, Tysoe was handed a 12-month community order that includes 30 rehabilitation requirement days – a judgement which made him dance for joy outside the court house afterwards.

He was also ordered to pay £250 compensation as well as cover court costs.

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In mitigation, barrister Nathalie Carter told the court: “This was very out-of-character. He’s lost his very good job as a result.

"Because he was incarcerated they couldn’t hold out that long for him.”

She said that the incident had caused Tysoe to lose his job as a warehouse manager where he was in charge of over 400 people.

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Barrister Nathalie Carter added: “He knew the man she was having an affair with. They flaunted it in his face while his father was dying.”

His Honour Judge David Herbert KC said: “You completely lost your temper with her.

"You caused her relatively minor injuries although they were unpleasant and frightening as far as she’s concerned.”

He added: “You have a chance now. You can move on and start your new job.”

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