“I will stop him breathing”.
A senior developer at Microsoft has been sentenced to a one-year community corrections order with a requirement that he perform 100 hours of unpaid work after he was found guilty of unlawfully assaulting his son after the 7-year-old refused to stop playing on his Nintendo Switch.
41-year-old Nicholas Lester, the court heard, throttled his son after losing his temper, and was heard to scream “I will stop him breathing”. The attack took place at his West Melbourne home on February 6th last year. The Herald Sun reported the boy’s face went red as he yelled for his mother, who ran to the bedroom upon hearing the commotion.
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