The cafe owner has been told he faces a lengthy jail sentence after admitting attacking another man in the Golden Triangle area of Norwich.  

Jason Millan, 51, who owns Cafe 502 on the Sprowston Park and Ride site, has pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm in the attack on Leicester Street.

He has also admitted separate charges of sending malicious social media and voicemail messages and breaching a restraining order.

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Appearing before Norwich Magistrates Court via video link from prison, Millan was told his sentencing could not go ahead due a delay in preparing a pre-sentence report.

Adjourning the hearing until June 28, District Judge David Wilson told him: “All sentencing options remain open. It may be a sentence in prison or it may be that magistrates refer you to the crown court which has greater powers.” 

Millan, of Cowgate, Norwich, was previously jailed for a year in 2015 for an unprovoked attack on Prince of Wales Road that left a man with a bleed on the brain.

Cafe 502, which is a family-run business, is still operating as usual.