A man from Lynn has been given an 18 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, after he pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife and family.
Konstantins Sauts, 30, was told by magistrates that the seriousness of his crimes were so much that if he were to breach the conditions of his bail, that he would be “in great danger of being sent to prison”.
Sauts, of Walpole Road, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault by beating and one charge of common assault at a barbecue in June.
The court was told that he had been so drunk at the time that he could not what had happened to authorities until he saw footage of the incident that had been captured on nearby CCTV.
Sauts, was unrepresented, but told the court: “I am very sorry for this. I want to go back to my family and I promise I will never drink again.”
He was ordered to complete a 130-day rehabilition activity requirement, during which he will complete one-to-one work on alcohol, relationship skills, motivation and compliance, and emotional issues.
A restraining order was granted to prevent him entering his previous property during the probation period and was ordered to pay £85 in costs and £115 for a victim surchage, totalling £200.