The defendant chased the victim, pushing him into a bus stop and punching him, magistrates heard.
Magistrates heard the man felt 'genuine remorse and shame' over the attack which had left his partner struggling for breath.
The founder of Scotty's Little Soldiers Soldiering On column, only in the Lynn News.
Magistrates were told the man claimed he had used it to fix a speaker.
Magistrates heard she had been going for a blood test when she was stopped by police.
But magistrates rejected prosecutors' call for a banning order, saying they were 'not convinced' the man had been involved in any violence.
Police say two people are due in court today following an incident earlier this week.
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