Man denies assault outside barBy Hugh Fort
August 31, 2012
A Bracknell man has denied beating up two men outside a Reading bar.
Andrew Naylor, 32, of Vulcan Drive, appeared at Reading Crown Court yesterday where he pleaded not guilty to two counts of causing GBH with
intent and one of assault by beating.
He appeared alongside co-defendant Paul Thorley, 32, from Hull, who denied two counts of causing GBH with intent.
The charges relate to an incident outside Revolution in Station Road, Reading, in May.
Naylor has been remanded in custody and Thorley was released on bail to re-appear at the same court for trial on October 31.