The teenage son of Manchester United legend Paul Scholes & # 39; laughed hysterically while he was beating a man in a pub and then took a picture of his face & # 39;
- Arron Scholes, 19, is accused of beating a man in a pub in Oldham in June
- His father Paul, 44, and mother went with him to Tameside Magistrates & # 39; Court
- Scholes he declared himself not guilty of the assault and will now be tried on March 18
James Wood for Mailonline
The teenage son of legendary Manchester United Paul Scholes "laughed hysterically" while beating a man in a pub, a court heard.
Arron Scholes, 19, is accused of having done the shocking act in a nameless pub in Oldham in June.
And it is said that he took a picture of the face of the man during the attack and now could face up to six months in prison, reports The Sun.
Arron Scholes (left), 19, was accused of having done the shocking act in a pub with no name in Oldham in June
father Paul (pictured), 44, mother Claire and sister Ali 17-year-old accompanied the teenager to Tameside Magistrates & Court today
Her father Paul, 44, mother Claire and sister Alicia, 17, accompanied the teenager to Tameside Magistrates & # 39; Court.
During his appearance, the alleged victim, Robert Kember, stated that he would not give full details because of the nature of the assault and the effect on him, according to The Sun.
Scholes, of Greater Manchester, pleaded not guilty of the assault and will be tried on March 18th.
Scholes, of Greater Manchester, pleaded not guilty of the assault and will now be tried at Tameside Magistrates Court on March 18
months after his father, who retired from playing professionally in 2013, joined the team of his son Arron – Royton Town.
Despite a defeat, Royton's manager Mark Howard said the presence of 43-year-old Scholes – who won 66 international appearances between 1997 and 2004 – improved the overall standard of the game and the players involved.
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