PICTURED: tattooed tradition that hit an 18-year-old girl in a nightclub bathroom after asking for toilet paper where he hid with his girlfriend in the next cell
- This is the trader who pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman, 18, in the toilet
- Alex Rowe was allegedly comforting his girlfriend in the women's toilet
- The victim asked for toilet paper and Rowe & # 39; s girlfriend swore at her
- When she looked back at Rowe & # 39; s girlfriend, he rushed out and hit her
This is the man who brutally hit a girl (18) in the powder room of a nightclub after she asked for toilet paper from the next cupboard.
A Gold Coast court has heard trader Alex Rowe, 23, in a booth with his girlfriend, allegedly comforting her, when the victim asked for a ply.
The court heard that Rowe & # 39; s girlfriend responded: "receive f *****", causing the victim to storm and demand that she say it to her nose & # 39 ;.
Muscles bulging, inked a Jesus Christ tattoo and neatly trimmed hair. This is the man who hit an 18-year-old girl in a nightclub toilet, a court heard
Gold Coast tradition Alex Rowe & # 39; s (photo) lawyer said he had misinterpreted the victim's words if she wanted him to fight him
When the 18-year-old women innocently asked the person in the next toilet paper cage, the last thing she expected was to be beaten by a stocky craftsman (stock image)
According to the Gold Coast Bulletinthe big, built and angry trader flung open the door and started beating the girl.
The attack was so cruel that the victim left a black eye and a cleft lip with a large number of facial injuries, the court was told.
Magistrate Pamela Dowse said she was nauseated by the action of the Rowe – and that he was in the women's toilet to begin with.
& # 39; I have taken a look at the & # 39; s photos of the girl, who was only 18 years old, who handled some of your punches, & # 39; said Mrs. Dowse.
& # 39; It makes me absolutely sick in the stomach.
& # 39; She asks the person in the next toilet to pass on some toilet paper and this is what she gets. How disgusting. & # 39;
Rowe & # 39; s defense lawyer, Campbell MacCallum, told the court that his client had misinterpreted the victim's words as she would like to fight
Rowe & # 39; s defense lawyer, Campbell MacCallum, told the court that his client had misinterpreted the victim's words as if she would want to fight.
Rowe pleaded guilty to the accusation of assault that caused physical injury.
Magistrate Dowse considered all the facts and sentenced Rowe to a probationary period of 18 months and issued a $ 905.78 probationary penalty to cover the travel expenses of the victim who would fly to Australia to provide evidence.
Rowe was sentenced to a probationary period of 18 months and fined $ 905.78 probationary time to cover the travel expenses of the victim who was leaving for Australia to provide evidence there (Southport Court in the photo)
After the sentence was made public, a number of residents went to social media to share their aversion.
& # 39; This guy shouldn't have been asked, & # 39; wrote an angry user.
& # 39; I'll say AGAIN … our legal system is a JOB … seems to favor the guilty, time and time again, & # 39; another added.
& # 39; What the hell is wrong with people & # 39 ;, wrote a third user.
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