Llanelli DJ who urinated on elderly man warned he may get custodial sentence

Dyfed-Powys Police has charged 40-year-old Leigh Brookfield, of Dan Y Lan, Llanelli, with common assault in relation to the incident alleged to have taken place at Llanelli Tennis and Squash Club in Llanelli on Boxing Day (Tuesday, 26 December).

He has been remanded into custody and will appear at Llanelli Magistrates Court today (Friday, 29 December).”

Appearing at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court today, Friday (Dec 29) the court heard that Brookfield had been made aware that the elderly man had been diagnosed with Prostate cancer before he had urinated on him.

Brookfield’s defence have asked for a pre-sentence report to be carried out to  address Brookfield’s ‘alcohol use’.

Brookfield was granted bail but warned “all options”, including custody, would be considered when he is sentenced.

Sentencing will take place at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court on January 19th.

A huge backlash of comments condemning Brookfield continue to flood social media.

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