George Richard McDonald was on Saturday night at Parramatta Bail Court, in the west of Sydney, via a video link with his head wrapped in a bandage and blood on his shirt

Older man who beat & # 39; a woman who played the pokies & # 39; appears bloodied in the courtroom after she struck back and left him with stitches

  • George Richard McDonald was confronted on Saturday with Parramatta Bail Court via video
  • His head was wrapped in a bandage and there was blood on his shirt
  • The court was told that he approached a woman and hit her on the side of her head
  • She would kick him back, causing him to fall and injure his head

An elderly man who was injured after allegedly beating a woman who was playing in a pub has been refused the bail.

George Richard McDonald stood on Parramatta Bail Court, in the west of Sydney, on Saturday via a video link with his head wrapped in a bandage and blood on his shirt.

The court was told that the Waterloo man had a good relationship of conduct for a domestic violence-related attack when he approached the same victim and slapped her side at the Woolpack Hotel in Redfern on Friday.

George Richard McDonald was on Saturday night at Parramatta Bail Court, in the west of Sydney, via a video link with his head wrapped in a bandage and blood on his shirt

George Richard McDonald was on Saturday night at Parramatta Bail Court, in the west of Sydney, via a video link with his head wrapped in a bandage and blood on his shirt

She would kick him back, causing him to fall and injure his head, which required stitches.

McDonald had a series of criminal convictions dating back to a decade relating to the same woman, the court told.

Magistrate Estelle Hawdon said she was concerned that McDonald would violate bail orders or terms and commit a serious crime and therefore endanger the community.

& # 39; Matters of domestic violence are considered serious in this court, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I am very concerned that he can adhere to the conditions. & # 39;

He is expected to face Central Local Court on Tuesday.

The court was told that the Waterloo man had a good relationship of conduct for a domestic violence-related attack when he approached the same victim and slapped her side at the Woolpack Hotel in Redfern on Friday. He is expected to face Tuesday with Central Local Court (photo)

The court was told that the Waterloo man had a good relationship of conduct for a domestic violence-related attack when he approached the same victim and slapped her side at the Woolpack Hotel in Redfern on Friday. He is expected to face Tuesday with Central Local Court (photo)

The court was told that the Waterloo man had a good relationship of conduct for a domestic violence-related attack when he approached the same victim and slapped her side at the Woolpack Hotel in Redfern on Friday. He is expected to face Tuesday with Central Local Court (photo)

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