A man who admitted assaulting three people and then resisted arrest had sentence deferred for reports at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Naim Ramzan, 18, of the Emmock Woods area, admitted four charges when he appeared before Sheriff Alison McKay.
Ramzan admitted that on November 19, at Dundee University Students Association, Airlie Place, he assaulted Matthew Coffey by repeatedly attempting to butt him, assaulted Duncan Ross by biting him on the arm, and assaulted Bethan Hallgarth by kicking her on the body.
He also admitted resisting arrest by PCs Gary Cameron and Kenneth Stewart-MacLeod by repeatedly lashing out with his arms and legs in an attempt to evade arrest.
Sentence was deferred until December 13 and Ramzan was granted bail.
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