Woman has Chunk Bitten from Her Face at House Party
A woman has been charged for allegedly biting another woman’s face whilst at a house party last week.
Kate Neild, 26, from Merseyside, was a guest at a party in Southport last Thursday night when another woman bit a chunk of flesh from her face. Ms Neild was left with severe facial injuries after attack that took place at around 1am on Friday morning.
After being set upon at an address in Garstang Road, the mother of two was rushed to Southport hospital. She was then taken to Whiston hospital where Ms Neild underwent plastic surgery to help repair the damage to her cheek.
A police spokesperson has said of the incident:
“At around 1.00am on Friday, 26 February, a 26-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted at an address in Garstang Road during an argument.
“The woman is believed to have been bitten on the cheek, injuries which required surgery at Whiston hospital.”
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There is, however, a government Scheme that provides compensation to victims or their families who have been the innocent victims of violent crime. The Scheme is called the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme and is governed by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA).
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Source: Liverpool Echo