Husband stuck girlfriend in rumble because they could not agree on where to buy pizza

A man stuck his partner in the back over a row over which pizza takeaway one could order food from.  Nathaniel Williams got into an argument with his partner through four years at their home in Adamsdown, Cardiff.  Nathaniel Williams, 29, of Tin Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff, appeared in Cardiff Crown Court to be convicted of assault resulting in actual bodily harm and assault on an emergency worker.  He was jailed for a year.

He wanted to buy from Pizza Hut, she wanted Pizza Choice, so he stabbed her (Photo: Media Wales)

A judge told a man that ‘it would almost be fun if it were not so serious’ when he jailed him for stabbing his girlfriend in a row over pizza.

Nathaniel Williams, 29, got into an argument with his girlfriend over where to buy their food. He wanted Pizza Hut, but she wanted Pizza Choice.

At one point, she went out into the kitchen to get a drink, and when she was turned her back on, she felt a ‘little dot’ on her back.

She felt blood on her hand and when she turned around, Williams became hysterical and repeatedly said sorry in their home in Cardiff.

He convinced her not to go to the hospital as the police would get involved. However, one of his victims’ friends came later, and after seeing what had happened, she took her to the hospital.

He was later arrested and asked to stay away from her.

On December 4, however, the victim woke up in the middle of the night and he was standing at the foot of her bed.

He refused to leave her house, so she went to her parents, and he followed her. After being arrested, he managed to escape the handcuffs and attacked PC Ceri Barnes.

Recorder John Philpotts said: ‘If it were not so serious, it would almost be funny that you were arguing about where to buy a pizza, but it led to the young woman being stabbed.

“You inflicted on her an ugly wound with a knife and knives are always serious, potentially deadly weapons.”

Williams was jailed for one year and is not allowed to contact his victim for five years.

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