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Fearless granddad clouts thug who headbutted him in row over garden weeds

This is the moment a fearless grandfather takes aim at a thug – who headbutted him in a row over overgrown weeds in a garden.

Gary Wynn, 35, attacked Keith Thomson, 72, after verbally abusing the pensioner’s wife Susan who was clearing up the communal path.

Footage shows Wynn launch a foul-mouth tirade at Mr Thomson and his wife, branding him a “c**t” and “p**k” before ramming his head into his face.

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Mr Thomson bravely swung a punch back at man-mountain Wynn before staggering back into his house in Kidderminster, Worcs.

The grandfather-of-three suffered concussion and a badly bruised head following the attack on March 21 this year.

Wynn, a chef, admitted assault by beating at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court earlier this month.

He was ordered to pay a total of £534, which includes a £200 fine, £300 in costs and a £34 victim surcharge.

Mr Thomson said the row started when Wynn flew into a rage at his 78-year-old wife.

The retired builder said: “My wife was cleaning up the path which runs between our two properties and doing some weeding.

“We’ve lived in this house since 1993 and paid rent to a housing association.

“We try and keep the paths clean and tidy for the benefit of all the residents here.

“Suddenly Wynn comes storming out shouting and swearing at my wife calling her a ‘b**ch’.

“I said it’s a public right of way but he said he owns it. He said he could dig it up and put gravel down if he wanted to.

“He kept swearing at me and mouthing off because we’re in a council owned property and his is a private house.

“He only bought the house in November and he’s been doing it up ever since. I’ve even helped him because of my building background.

“Wynn has just turned very very nasty and he’s a big man but I don’t get scared easily.

“He headbutted me and I brought my fist round to push him away. I was scared he was going to headbutt me again.

“I had a mark on my head afterwards and I was left with a violent headache.”



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