Man accused of biting man's private area granted bail
A successful bail application was made in the St Catherine Parish Court on behalf of a man who allegedly severely bit a complainant on his private (penis) body
The Portmore resident who is charged with wounding with intent and larceny of motorcar was granted $200,000 bail with a surety.
In applying for bail Attorney-at-Law Ernest Smith told the court his client was only defending his integrity during the incident.
"This man who was a mentor,took my client out for drinks,then instead of driving him home turned into a Culdisac,where he tried to forced himself upon my client who refused his advances," Smith said with suppressed laughter inside the court room.
He said to protect his dignity the 24-year-old man used a knife to stab the (a school's principal)complainant. The lawyer said the complainant jumped from the car and accused took control of the car and hit the complainant in the process.
Smith told the court his client reported the matter to the police the same night and nothing happened.
The complainant made a report three weeks later and his client was taken in custody.
Bail was subsequently granted on condition that he reports to the Caymanas police station,surrender hi travel document and reappear on July 19,2016.
Allegations before the court are that the day in question the accused injured the (principal) complainant as he attempted rob his motorcar.
A report was made to the police and the man subsequently arrested and charged by the police.