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Video reveals second man is knocked out after calling a partygoer’s girlfriend fats on Gold Coast 


Stunning second reveller is knocked out after calling a partygoer’s girlfriend fats throughout evening out on busy Gold Coast strip

  • A younger Gold Coast father discovered responsible of assault after punching out reveller  
  • CCTV reveals the sufferer had been harassing individuals on social gathering strip earlier than assault 
  • Courtroom heard the sufferer had earlier insulted 25-year-old Taithum Cliffe’s girlfriend 










A younger father who viciously knocked out a reveller throughout an evening out was provoked after the sufferer known as the person’s girlfriend fats, a court docket has agreed. 

Taitham Lee Cliffe, 25, fronted Southport Magistrates Courtroom on Tuesday unsuccessfully combating an assault cost over the early morning incident on the Gold Coast‘s bustling Orchid Avenue in April. 

CCTV footage of the assault reveals Cliffe strolling as much as the person and knocking him out chilly with one fierce punch – however the footage additionally reveals main as much as the assault the sufferer had been harassing a number of individuals on the road. 

Taitham Cliffe, 25, outside Southport Magistrate's Court after being found guilty of assault over the Gold Coast attack (pictured)

Taitham Cliffe, 25, outdoors Southport Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom after being discovered responsible of assault over the Gold Coast assault (pictured) 

The clip reveals the sufferer as wanders from nightclub and speaks to 2 glamorously dressed ladies on the road who shortly ignore him and stroll away. 

He then turns his concentrate on one other man exiting a venue and shapes as much as him – fists raised and punching on the air. 

When the partygoer ignores him he virtually instantly begins talking to a different two ladies sitting close by and kicks one in all them sharply within the leg when he would not like her response. 

He then saunters up Orchard Avenue the place he encounters Cliffe sitting on a park bench along with his girlfriend as a police automobile is parked simply metres away. 

The court docket heard how the person yelled an insult on the mother-of three and might be seen within the safety footage giving the pair the finger – prompting Cliffe to rise up from his seat. 

Police bodycam footage from later confirmed her telling police: ‘I used to be consuming chips and he goes f*** you, you fats s***’. 

Cliff delivered a fierce blow to the victim (pictured) knocking him out cold in front of shocked bystander on Orchid Avenue

Cliff delivered a fierce blow to the sufferer (pictured) knocking him out chilly in entrance of shocked bystander on Orchid Avenue 

The CCTV reveals the sufferer strolling again alongside the road the place the girl he had earlier kicked takes off her stiletto and makes an attempt to strike him within the head. 

Cliffe can then be seen on the footage catching as much as the person and delivering delivering a swift punch to the top, knocking the person out chilly, with Cliffe then following up with two punches whereas the person lays on the bottom. 

As shocked bystanders and paramedics rush to assist the sufferer, Cliffe return to his seat the place he’s later arrested by police. 

The court heard the victim had earlier insulted Cliff's girlfriend as the pair sat on a park bench with police parked just metres away on the road (pictured)

The court docket heard the sufferer had earlier insulted Cliff’s girlfriend because the pair sat on a park bench with police parked simply metres away on the highway (pictured) 

‘You below arrest at this stage for assault,’ an officer tells him.

 ‘All good, he hit a lady,’ Cliffe replies. 

On Tuesday, the Justice of the Peace agreed Cliffe had been provoked, however added the drive used within the punch was extreme and will have had a catastrophic consequence. 

The Justice of the Peace discovered him responsible of assault and he will likely be sentenced when he returns to court docket in November. 

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