AN ‘enforcer’ has been jailed for a horrific attack on a father and son.
The Old Bailey heard Wiltold Olczyk, 44, was summonsed to a house in Nyewood Road, Bognor, after a scuffle between residents broke out.
When he arrived, he took the two victims, aged 48 and 20, to a living room and assaulted them, punching them both and stamping on the leg of the older man.
It took his Polish victims four months to build up the courage to report to the police.
Passing sentence Judge Wide QC said: ‘In February of last year you were acting as a sort of enforcer by arranging homes and organising how houses were run in Bognor Regis, with people from your native Poland.
‘You brought two persons to the UK and you were deeply involved in the management of these people’s lives and these offences have been committed against this background.
‘It is obvious why you were called to that house. You were an enormous man, trained in martial arts. We heard that you were feared. Being feared was what you were about.
He added: ‘You went to teach them how the house should be operated and meted this out with violence.’
Olczyk, of Stanmore Gardens, was given two years imprisonment for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and three-and-a-half years for grievous bodily harm, to run concurrently.
He will be deported upon his release from prison.