A FINE has been given to a man who breached his suspended sentence which he was handed after stamping on a stab victim.

Taylor Thompson-Hughes, 20, was sentenced in September last year for stamping on Alan Zablocki’s forehead after his co-defendant Keyarno Johnson-Allen stabbed him.

The incident took place on October 30, 2022 after a brawl in the taxi queue outside the St Aldates Tavern.

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Johnson-Allen stabbed his victim once in the back then coolly replaced the trainer that had come off his foot when he fell to the ground.

Thompson-Hughes then left an imprint of the sole of his shoe on the victim’s forehead.

Judge Michael Gledhill sentenced Johnson-Allen to five years’ detention in a young offenders’ institution.

He suspended Thompson-Hughes’ 12-month sentence for two years.

As part of the sentence, the teen must complete 150 hours of unpaid work and up to 46 rehabilitation activity requirement days, and was ordered to wear an alcohol abstinence tag for 120 days.

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However, he appeared at Oxford Crown Court on Monday (May 13) after failing to show up for two unpaid work sessions on January 10 and January 18 this year without a good excuse.

Recorder James Hay ordered Thomson-Hughes, of Prestwick Road, Watford, to pay a £50 fine.

He said: “It would be unjust to activate the suspended sentence given your level of compliance.”