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Pudsey brother defends sibling for slashing him in the eye with broken bottle during loud-music dispute

The brother of a Pudsey man who slashed him across the eye with a broken bottle over his loud music has defended his sibling, saying they were “both drunk and acting silly”.

Crack-smoking David Kilbride, 30, had been repeatedly asked to turn his music down at the family home in Moorland Grove on July 23 last year. But when his brother lost his temper and burst into his room to confront him, Kilbride lunged at him with the shard from a whisky bottle.

The man suffered a serious eye injury and required surgery, with doctors uncertain if his vision would improve.

Brian O'Neil

Brian O'Neil is the founder and chief editor. He was a journalist in the original LS TV before it closed in 2017.

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