Fifty Shades of Grey cinema attack: Nursery workman and 2 other women to mount …
June 20, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A hothouse workman and dual other women are due to mount hearing after allegedly assertive dual people during a display of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Carolanne Munro, 31, Isabel Munro, 51 and Phyllis Ross, 51, are indicted of assaulting Jacqueline Coia during a Grosvenor Cinema in Glasgow.
They are also indicted of assaulting Martin Coia, and struggling with military on Feb 15, this year, reports a Daily Record.
The box was called during Glasgow Sheriff Court where a women were not benefaction though a lawyer’s minute confirming their defence of not guilty was received.
A hearing was set for Feb subsequent year.
Court papers explain a contingent allegedly strike Mrs Coia on a head, threw a potion of potion over her, brandished a potion bottle and grabbed her hair and dragged her.
They are indicted of pulling her to a belligerent and regularly punching and kicking her on a conduct and body.
The dual Munro women from Blairdardie and Ross from Partick, are also indicted of assaulting Mr Coia by scratching him on a head, pulling him to a belligerent and regularly punching and kicking him on a conduct and physique to his injury.
It is also claimed that they shouted and swore and struggled with police.
Isabel Munro is indicted of assaulting Nicola Doris during Ashton Lane by seizing her by a hair, pulling her conduct down and pulling her hair.
Nursery helper Carolanne Munro is indicted of shouting, irreverence and working in an assertive demeanour while travelling from Ashton Lane to London Road military office.