Attacker who left staff member at Skegness caravan park unconscious sent for trial

A Loughborough man who punched a staff member at a Skegness caravan park, causing him to lose consciousness and suffer a seizure, has been sent for trial at Lincoln Crown Court by magistrates in Boston.

Boston Magistrates' Court.
Boston Magistrates' Court.

Stefan Zamiriski, 33, of Fenny Copse Lane, Quorn admitted maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm

on William Milne on October 16 last year.

The court was told that he and others were being escorted off bar premises at the caravan site after being

ordered out, when he swung a punch at Mr Milne, causing him to lose consciousness and suffer a seizure.

It was said there were long standing symptoms still being experienced by Mr Milne, who had lost his job

as a result of being off long term sick.

The magistrates said that because of the nature and seriousness of the offence, it would have to go to the

crown court for sentence on a date to be notified.

A pre-sentence report was ordered from the Probation Service and Zamiriski was allowed unconditional

bail.