THIS is the horror moment a pub landlord brutally stomps on a punter's head and shoves a woman into a wall in a sickening drunken rage.
John Quinlan, 59, has been banned for life from ever running a pub following the altercation, which left two people in hospital with serious injuries.
The Aussie club owner had been drinking heavily with the two victims at his JD's Bar and Grill pub in Sydney on October 13, 2019, when he suddenly snapped and entered into a drunken rage.
Damning CCTV footage shows a manic Quinlan carrying the man and woman downstairs before punching and shoving them in the stairwell.
At one point, the 59-year-old is seen dragging one of the victims along the floor before stopping on their head and kicking their stomach.
Both were rushed to hospital in a serious condition. The man sustained ribs and facial injuries.
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Philip Crawford, from the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority, said: "For some reason, an altercation occurred and Mr Quinlan for 15 minutes assaulted in a very vicious, undisciplined way to the point they were seriously injured and required hospitalisation."
Quinlan has since been convicted of two counts of assault causing actual bodily harm and was handed a two-year restraining order and a 200-hour intensive community service order.
Crawford said: "Clearly the community will not tolerate any licensees predisposed to this sort of behaviour and neither will the regulator.
"He's out of the industry but a life ban will make sure he doesn't come back."
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Between July 2018 and October 2019, Quinlan received eight penalty notices from cops over the breaching of his venue's liquor licence condition.
He no longer works or owns JD's Bar and Grill.
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