A THUG who attacked a man during a spree of violence has committed so many assaults sentencing had to be delayed to be able to get details of all of them.

Connor Warner, 22, of Cambridge Road, Canvey, appeared at Basildon Crown Court via video link on Friday.

Warner was charged with one count of unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent on a man on Canvey on March 9, and also for carrying an offensive weapon – a broken glass bottle – on the same day.

Warner was arrested following the incident and has been remanded in custody in Chelmsford.

Warner, who has also gone by the name of Sean Bond, appeared via video link wearing a grey jumper and trousers.

He spoke only to confirm his name and address and admitted both charges.

Warner has also previously admitted other charges including a breach of a previous sentence, causing actual bodily harm and affray.

Judge Samantha Cohen granted permission for all charges to be sentenced at once.

Addressing Warner, she said: “Mr Warner, you have pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm on Canvey Island, and for possessing a weapon, in this case a broken glass bottle, on Link Road on March 9.

“These are serious offences, and the court understands that the other previous offences you have pleaded guilty to you would want to have featured all together within one sentencing hearing.

“The court is happy to grant this request, though it will most likely be held in Chelmsford.”

Warner will be remanded in custody until his sentencing date, which has not yet been decided.

It is due to take place at Chelmsford Crown Court, where he is expected to face a significant prison sentence due to the campaign of violence over the previous few months.