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A property manager assaulted his wife at a busy train station during a drunken line in which he pointed to a passenger who looked like a woman he had had an affair with, a court heard.
Adil Burtally, 35, grabbed Natasha Knights and slammed her into a wall after an argument began at London Bridge station on October 24.
The couple, who have two children but no longer live together, were “celebrating their anniversary” when the fight broke out.
Prosecutor Sudara Weerasena, “He pointed to a woman who looked like the woman he had an affair with,” he told the Westminster magistrates court.
Burtally, the owner and director of Knights Property Services, based in Camberley, Surrey, was “under the influence of alcohol” when he attacked his wife.
The couple, who have two children but no longer live together, were out ‘celebrating their anniversary’ when Burtally (right) pointed out a rail passenger ‘who looked like the woman he had an affair with’, prosecutor Sudara Weerasena
Weersena told the court: “The defendant pushes her against the wall and then holds her against the wall.”
She said that she can be seen his wife repeatedly trying to get away from him. She also reaches out with her left hand and grabs her right breast. ”
A woman traveling to work tried to intervene before Burtally grabbed his wife again as she tried to get away from her, the court heard.
“She can be seen in the pictures that she looks visibly distraught,” the prosecutor said.
“She said that she did not believe she had done him any harm. It shows a lack of understanding of the seriousness of domestic violence.”
Ms. Weerasena told the court that Ms. Knights
Ms. Weerasena told the court that Ms. Knights had previously called the police at her home after Burtally “dragged her down the stairs by her hair.”
Nathan Alleyne-Brown, on defense, said Burtally has since described it as “a stupid mistake that should never have happened.”
He added: “In his interview with the police he accepted the crime committed.
“This was an isolated incident and is not a feature of a recurring dynamic within this relationship.”
Justice Maeve Bromwich told Burtally: “Whatever they say, this is a serious crime committed in public.
“There are a number of aggravating factors, including drinking.”
She sentenced Burtally to 30 days of rehab activity and 120 hours of unpaid work.
The magistrate also ordered Burtally to stay away from his wife’s house in Camberley and from his work address.
Burtally, of Scarlett Close, Woking, Surrey, admitted to being the victim of a beating.
Natasha Knights Quick and Facts
- A property boss, of Woking, Surrey, assaulted his wife during a drunken row
- Adil Burtally, 35, ‘pushed wife towards wall’ at London Bridge station last month
- He also pointed at rail passenger who ‘looked like woman he had an affair with’
- Burtally received 30 days of rehabilitation activity and 120 hours of unpaid work