A guy struck, kicked and murdered his spouse until she lost control of her bladder at a frightening national tirade, a court was told.
David Charles Glennie’s temper boiled over through a booze-fuelled night in the town in November a year within an absurd belief that his spouse was cheating on him.
Glennie, 38, pleaded guilty in Brisbane District Court on Wednesday to four counts of assault occasioning bodily injury, two counts of strangulation and deprivation of freedom.
The court had been advised Glennie and his spouse five weeks went for drinks from Brisbane on November 23 year.
Crown prosecutor Chontelle Farnsworth stated when the couple returned to their hotel room after that night, Glennie repeatedly punched, kicked and slapped his spouse.
Camera IconDavid Charles Glennie exposed his spouse to some terrifying national tirade in November this past year, in which he struck, kicked and choked her until she could not breathe. On Wednesdayhe had been detained for 3 and a half a year. Charge: Supplied
“He threw her into the floor, jumped on top of her and strangled her,” Ms Farnsworth explained.
Glennie choked the girl again, now till she could not breathe and she urinated on the ground.
Ms Farnsworth stated the woman could not breathe for a couple of seconds and has been spitting bile out.
“She believed she was about to die,” she explained.
whenever the woman tried to depart, Glennie jumped in the front of her and blocked her way.
Despite repeated pleas to a crane, he denied to predict you.
Police were alerted when the girl persuaded Glennie to let her move outside for a smoke.
Glennie has been detained in Tweed Heads on November 30 to another medication matter and has been extradited into Queensland to show up about the fees.
Ms Farnsworth known to get a head sentence of three-and-a-half to four years’ prison, forecasting Glennie’s activities”completely unwarranted and totally unacceptable”.
Circuit attorney Robert Glenday stated Glennie fought with alcohol addiction, which originated from injury he endured as a child.
Mr Glenday stated his client was looking for therapy in prison but had restricted access to rehabilitation plans because of coronavirus lockdowns.
“He understands exactly what the issue is and he wants to do some thing about that,” he explained.
In Legislation Glennie into three-and-a-half years’ prison, Judge Paul Smith encouraged him to consider his brothers who did not need to”watch him in prison”.
“Unless you handle your alcohol addiction… this will only get longer and more,” Judge Smith stated.
“(Your buddies ) are women too, you would not want their spouses treating them as you handled this woman, do you?”
Glennie will qualify for parole on January 19 third calendar year.