Neighbour accused of pouring chemicals into football player’s boots after row cleared of GBH
A NEIGHBOUR accused of pouring chemicals into a football player’s boots in a row over mess in a shared hallway has been cleared by a jury.
Roderick Waller, 66, was said to have been upset that Jordan Coomes had left his muddy boots and kit in a communal area of their flats.
When Mr Coomes next played he suffered an acute burning pain in his left foot.
His foot turned black and needed skin grafts to repair the damage.
Doctors found 5 areas of skin damage with deep burns to his left foot.
But Mr Waller, of Cheshunt, Herts, said he had no reason to harm Mr Coomes.
He was found not guilty of causing GBH at St Albans crown court.
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