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Thug avoids jail after leaving footprint on teen's face

Apple - Android Hyslop pled guilty at court to assault to injury and permanent disfigurement and made to pay £500 in compensation to his victim.Sheriff Martin Jones QC also put Hyslop, of Uddingston, under supervision for 12 months and ordered him to complete 180 hours of unpaid work.An earlier hearing was told there had been animosity between Hyslop and his victim.The teen was warned late on not to attend a friend's house as Hyslop was inside acting aggressively.Prosecutor Amy Hunter said: "The victim walked away when he then felt being punched to his head and falling to the ground."He was observed to be lying motionless and Hyslop standing over him, stamping on his head."A friend tried to speak to him but believes he had lost.

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