Killer who beat man to death in kebab shop sent back to jail after barking at barmaid

Former boxer Eddy Ives, who brutally beat a man to death in 2013, sexually harassed a barmaid at a Gravesend pub in January, in violation of the terms of his Violent Offender Order

Eddy Ives has violated a violent conduct order
Eddy Ives has violated a violent conduct order

A killer who beat a man to death in a kebab shop has been sent back to prison after barking at a “terrified” barmaid.

Former boxer Eddy Ives, 34, has been convicted of manslaughter after beating Ben Mahoney to death back-to-back at a kebab shop in 2013.

The pair clashed over Ive’s attitude towards staff at the House on the Hill eatery in Dartford, Kent.

After the attack, Ives demanded compensation from his victim’s friend to clean his shirt and stole food and drink from the shop counter.

The former world boxing champion and Olympic hopeful was released from prison last September after eight years behind bars.

The father of two has been banned from entering Dartford under the terms of a Violent Offender Order and has also been told not to be drunk or use drugs in a public place.

Maidstone Crown Court, where Ives was convicted


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It also prevented him from engaging in behaviors that might cause harassment, alarm, or stress.

But on January 25, he was spotted barking through the window by a barmaid at The Rose pub in Gravesend. She said she knew who he was and “something from his history”.

Entering the pub, he was loud and boasted about stealing meat from another shop in town.

Prosecutor Donal Lawler said Ives started “floating near the bar” and when she asked if she could help, he looked her up and down and said, “I know what you want.” .

He grabbed her wrists after paying for the drinks, which scared her, and asked for her phone number.

The prosecutor added: “Then he asked if she had a boyfriend. He started intimidating her and she worried about what he was going to do next.”

Eddy Ives was jailed for violating the Violent Offender Order in which he barked at a barmaid


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His terrified victim went home and was told not to return because Ives was “looking for you again”.

The woman was “beyond terrified” after the incident and even had to move out of the area for some time after being molested by the former boxer.

Ives, from Leysdown in Kent, was later seen pushing another woman and attempting to punch and kick a man who was standing at a bus stop.

He was jailed again for 36 weeks after admitting to breaking the order at Maidstone Crown Court, but was released on remand on remand.

In addition to the restrictions already imposed on him, he was also banned from going within 100m of the pub for the rest of his life.

In September 2013, an autopsy determined that Ben Mahoney died of a jugular artery hemorrhage.

Takeaway manager Cafir Zorlu then told Maidstone Crown Court: “I had never seen a person die before and you could tell he was dead standing up.

“You could hear the beating.

“If Ben hadn’t died, I assume he would have been kind of paralyzed because the punches were just too strong.”

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