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Man who assaulted wife shows remorse

AFTER he assaulted his wife, a man was found unresponsive in a tent at Tiree Music Festival and had to be airlifted to hospital in Glasgow, Oban Sheriff Court heard on Tuesday.

Paul McGhee, formerly of Dunbeg, admitted abusive behaviour towards his wife, shouting, swearing and uttering offensive remarks and assaulting her by seizing her by the neck and punching her on the head, to her injury.

Sheriff Patrick Hughes was told that McGhee had been taking strong painkillers after knee surgery and had not been drinking for sometime, but had done so at the Tiree Music Festival on July 17 this summer.

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