The man charged in the Wadadli Cats stabbing incident was granted bail to the tune of $20,000.
Fifty-two-year-old Leroy Joseph, of Hatton was charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm for allegedly stabbing Denton Roberts.
Joseph was ordered to pay $10,000 cash to secure his bail when he appeared in court this week.
He also had to provide two Antiguan sureties and must report to the St. John’s Police Station everyday.
The incident occurred on Sunday after a cruise on a Wadadli Cats tour boat, which also hosts private party events.
The two men reportedly got into an argument, which resulted in an all-out brawl on the boat while it was docked in Heritage Quay.
Another man, Andy Meade was injured during the incident when a glass bottle struck him on the head.
Damouy Scott was treated at the hospital for a dislocated left shoulder after being kicked during the fight.
Joseph is due back in court on November 8 for committal proceedings.
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