Man admits fatal Bournemouth supermarket attack

A man has admitted killing another man in an attack outside a supermarket in Bournemouth.

Andrew Young, 40, suffered a head injury in the attack outside the Tesco Express store in Charminster Road on 6 November, and died later in hospital.

Lewis Gill, 20, of Ridge Road, Sutton, pleaded guilty at Winchester Crown Court to Mr Young's manslaughter.

Gill was remanded in custody and is due to reappear at court when he is sentenced on 21 February.

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