Jail for man who punched ex ‘up in air’

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A THUG who punched his ex-girlfriend so hard she passed out mid-air as she fell to the ground has been jailed.

Frazer Tee, 27, punched Abigail Mould outside a pub in Portsmouth on July 31.

Portsmouth Crown Court heard two other people had thrown punches at each other before Tee got involved.

CCTV footage played in court showed how Tee, formerly of Wymering but who was recalled and then jailed for six months, launched a single punch as his victim walked away from him outside.

She suffered cracked teeth, needed two stitches and was left with a permanent scar.

In a statement read out at court she said: ‘He just left me unconscious on the floor.

‘At the time of the assault I was walking away, I posed no threat to him.’

He has 13 convictions for 22 offences and admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

He was previously jailed for launching flying kicks at another ex-partner, breaking her leg in the attack.

Judge Claudia Ackner said the victim went ‘up in the air.’