Suleman Amin, 20, jailed for total of six years in a young offenders institution for series of violent attacks committed during a six-week period in Halifax.
A 17-year-old youth who was attacked in front of customers at a busy McDonald’s restaurant in Halifax suffered bleeding on the brain and two seizures on his way to hospital.
Teenager suffered a fractured skull, he hoped to join the armed forces, but his application could now be in doubt as a result of the injuries he suffered in April last year.
Amin knocked out his victim with one punch before hitting him again as he lay slumped unconscious over a table.
He then punched another young man who tried to help the victim leaving him with a black eye and he also struggled with a female who also intervened.
The shocking incident was one of a series of violent attacks committed by “out of control” teenager Suleman Amin during a six-week period and today a judge sentenced the now 20-year-old to a total of six years in a young offenders institution.
Despite being interviewed by police over those two incidents Amin went on to attack a woman as she was pushing her child in a pram in a Halifax street.
He was seen banging the woman’s head on a wall and kicking at her as she lay on the ground.
Later that same day Amin turned up at the woman’s home and attacked her partner with a cosh-type weapon even though the man was holding their baby daughter.
The child suffered a large area of bruising to her forehead in the incident and the man was hit repeatedly to his back, shoulders and head.