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Tammy Goodfellow, 41, has been detained for 12 months after she and her husband Michael, pictured together, strangled and stamped on a man with paranoid schizophrenia in Longhill, Hull, last year

Moment mean grandmother, 41, straddled man and raining punches on him in pathogenic street attack after she had laid down 10 pints while she was in jail for a year

  • Tammy Goodfellow launched the unprovoked attack in Longhill in Hull last year
  • Man Michael wrestled Charlie Rudkin to the ground and strangled him
  • Barefoot Tammy, who was in jail for 12 months, repeatedly stamped on his head
  • Father of two Michael received a six-month prison sentence for 12 months
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A mean grandmother who stretches over a man and repeatedly punches him in the face after drinking 10 pints, has been imprisoned for a year.

Tammy Goodfellow, 41, launched an unprovoked attack on Charlie Rudkin, who has mental problems, in Longhill, Hull, last June.

Her husband Michael, 39, struggled the innocent victim on the ground before holding him there in a tight cage so Tammy could stomp on his head barefoot.

Shocking CCTV footage shows passers-by trying and failing to intervene in the fight while Mr Rudkin is strangled.

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Mr. Rudkin was left unconscious – his pregnant partner believed he was dead when she saw him on the spot – and covered with his own urine after the nasty attack.

Tammy Goodfellow, 41, has been detained for 12 months after she and her husband Michael, pictured together, strangled and stamped on a man with paranoid schizophrenia in Longhill, Hull, last year

Tammy Goodfellow, 41, has been detained for 12 months after she and her husband Michael, pictured together, strangled and stamped on a man with paranoid schizophrenia in Longhill, Hull, last year

Charlie Rudkin, in the photo, was left unconscious - his pregnant partner believed he was dead when she saw him on the spot - and covered with his own urine after the nasty attack

Charlie Rudkin, in the photo, was left unconscious - his pregnant partner believed he was dead when she saw him on the spot - and covered with his own urine after the nasty attack

Charlie Rudkin, in the photo, was left unconscious – his pregnant partner believed he was dead when she saw him on the spot – and covered with his own urine after the nasty attack

Tammy was sentenced to 12 months in prison at the Hull Crown Court today.

After the conviction, Mr. Rudkin said he did not deserve what happened & # 39 ;.

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He added: "Hopefully the images bring all the rumors to bed that I have started physically – I don't deserve what happened to me, nobody does that."

& # 39; I don't feel that one of them has been punished enough – the judge has taken too much pity on her husband [Tammy] by giving him a suspended sentence just because he had children to look after.

& # 39; Where is the court? They could have taken my life away from me, and I'm still not right after the attack. I get a headache and worry about things – I get paranoid and don't go out anymore.

& # 39; I just hope that watching this CCTV will make people realize how serious the attack was and that the city will finally see what happened, and I hope it will open people's eyes to how serious an attack is can be. & # 39;

Shocking CCTV images show Tammy, who had drunk 10 pints, slammed the man across the floor and rained down on him

Shocking CCTV images show Tammy, who had drunk 10 pints, slammed the man across the floor and rained down on him

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Shocking CCTV images show Tammy, who had drunk 10 pints, slammed the man across the floor and rained down on him

Michael Goodfellow, who has two younger children, was given a six-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and ordered 120 hours of unpaid work.

Tammy Goodfellow had eight previous violations of her criminal record, including two of causing personal injury and a common attack. Her husband had one conviction for drink-driving.

In a victim statement read at the Hull Crown Court hearing, Mr. Rudkin, who is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, said that he now & # 39; lives in fear & # 39; and has suicidal thoughts.

He said: & # 39; This attack touched me deeply every day, because it occurred in every part of my life.

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& # 39; I am not the same person I once was and I cannot understand how or why this happened.

& # 39; I would like to see the responsible people punished; not just for what they did, for how they made me feel. & # 39;

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