BY EMILY MIBACH
Daily Post Staff Writer
A patron of the Hanky Panky strip club who smashed a glass in the face of another man is facing up to a year in jail, a prosecutor said.
Kalin Vinson, 23, of San Francisco, pleaded no contest to felony assault with a deadly weapon for the July 26, 2018, fight at the Hanky Panky, 2651 El Camino Real in unincorporated Redwood City.
Vinson and the man were drinking at the strip club, and at 11:41 p.m. were seen shaking hands, according to District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. Just a minute later, Vinson smashes the glass he was holding in the man’s face, Wagstaffe said.
The man fell down, and Vinson punched the man in the face.
Why the fight started is not known, Wagstaffe said.
The physical encounter was caught on the club’s surveillance cameras.
Vinson was dragged out of the club by the bouncers, and was arrested by sheriff’s deputies shortly thereafter.
Vinson’s victim was taken to the hospital with a swollen and bloody left eye, a deep cut through his lip and several broken teeth.
Vinson is out of jail on a $100,000 bailbond and will be back in court on Aug. 27 to be sentenced, where he could receive up to a year in prison, Wagstaffe said.