headbutt

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A policeman said the defendant told him he headbutted his co-worker because the child cried when the latter was playing with him.
Mr Patrick Heald, defending, said Carpenter could not remember whether he had headbutted his wife more than once, but accepted his wife's statement.
Hang on Ronan, are you sure it wasn't the pontiff who headbutted you?
The 37-year-old Boyzone singer confessed that when he met Pope Benedict XVI in 2011 he headbutted his hand when he went to kiss the papal ring.
As Mr Penson tried to find out what was going on Mr McManus, without warning, grabbed him by the ears and headbutted him once in the face.
When she then tipped off his hat in jest, he headbutted her.
Prosecuting barrister Jayne La Grua said the complainant Rachel McCook was walking with a friend when the defendant headbutted her, grabbed her by the hair and dragged her up the road.
In other cases, a pupil punched and headbutted a teacher after grabbing them by the neck in Hounslow, London, while a Derby staff member was stabbed in the arm with a pencil.
Geoffrey Forrester, defending, said: "There are two sides to every story, she claims he headbutted her.
Gattuso headbutted Tottenham coach Joe Jordan after the two sides' Champions League last-16 first leg on Tuesday.
Former Rangers man Gattuso, who was booked during the match and also clashed repeatedly with Tottenham striker Peter Crouch, headbutted Jordan before being led away.
A WARWICKSHIRE man was headbutted by a robber who demanded he hand over pounds 1.
New York, May 7 (ANI): Canadian actor Keifer Sutherland reportedly headbutted designer Jack McCollough after the latter bumped into actress Brooke Shields and refused to apologize for it.
Andrew Davies, 71, was headbutted and punched by the youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, while out walking his dog Daisy in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
Dave, pet, you won't get headbutted, but you'll find we are a thriving European city - despite years of Thatcherism that tried to ground us into the dirt.