Man Attacks Cleaner Who Interrupted His Intimate Moment In A Nightclub Toilet (Video)

A Man Captured On Camera With A Cleaner

A man was captured on camera attacking a cleaner when he was caught in an intimate session with a woman inside a disabled toilet.

Former Army aircraft mechanic, Billy Dean Fallon, 28, was having sex with a woman when the cleaner knocked on the toilet door and he stormed out of the cabin to hit the cleaner.

Fallon admitted to being the victim of an assault at Southport Magistrates Court in Queensland, Australia this Monday, November 7th, and was ordered to pay the victim $1,500.

The horrific incident happened in January this year at the Nightjar nightclub in Burleigh Heads.

CCTV played at the court shows the 28-year-old clubgoer rushing shirtless from the disabled toilet cubicle and throwing a series of punches at the cleaner, who had been knocking on the door for about three minutes.

A woman came out from the cubicle with two glasses while she watched Fallon beating the cleaner at the other side of the toilet.

Fallon was taken away by a security guard who came in with other witnesses before reporting the incident to the police.

Defending lawyer, Angus Edwards said Fallon was in the cubicle becoming intimate with his partner, adding: “They were in the midst of becoming intimate when someone started banging on the door.”

“He acted impulsively, he acted protectively and he thought he was protecting himself and his partner.”

Judge Michelle Dooley said the attack on the cleaner was unfair because he was simply doing his job.

“This individual was engaged in his normal employment, was clearly unaffected by alcohol and just going about his normal duties as part of his job,” she continued.

Fallon was sentenced to 12 months in prison but was immediately paroled. He was ordered to pay the cleaner $1,500 in compensation.

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