Canberra fullback Jack Wighton has been sentenced to a two-month suspended sentence and fined $3500 for a series of drunken assaults back in February in Civic.
— David Polkinghorne (@Super_Couch) November 14, 2018
Wighton pleaded guilty to two charges of assault occasioning bodily harm, three counts of assault and one charge of urinating in a public place.
The Raiders fullback goes on a 20-minute rampage early one February morning, and assualts five men in three separate incidents.
The 25-year-old at one stage assaults a man who was seen to have been asking for nothing more than a handshake from the Canberra star.
Wighton then attacks a group of three men who seemingly recognise the Raider, before punching one of them in the stomach and headbutting him.
Another man then punches Wighton in the face, before the fullback retaliates and shoves a man into a glass shopfront.
Following the incident, Wighton allegedly told police he didn’t remember a single things from the night out.