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KPMG accountant beats up lawyer

KPMG accountant just made redundant fights Freshfields lawyer in pub

A KPMG accountant has pleaded guilty to brawling with a lawyer for talking
too loudly.

Graham Carr, who had just been made redundant by KPMG, admitted causing
actual bodily harm to Freshfields lawyer Simon McPhee.

Carr repeatedly punched McPhee in the face at the Punch Tavern in Fleet
Street, reported the Times.

He was sentence to a 12-month community order and 110 hours of unpaid work,
plus £500 costs.

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