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Accountant fined for ‘shoe’ attack

Soldier hit on the head with stilleto

Lisa Ashworth, 31, an accountant from Bovington in Dorset has been ordered to
pay £150 compensation for hitting a soldier on the head with her stiletto.

She was found guilty of assault by Blandford JPs and also received penalty
points for having no motor insurance and no licence.

Ashworth claimed Royal Engineer Mark McCay had pinched her bottom at a club,
the Daily Mirror reported.

According to the paper, the two bumped into each other outside a club in
Weymouth, Dorset in July 2004 after McCay, 21, called her a ‘mad cow’.

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