Geraint Jones was wearing a black wig and bright orange tribal robes
Geraint Jones, 25, was wearing a black curly wig and bright orange tribal robes as Gaddafi when he sunk his teeth into the ear of his shocked victim.
A court heard injured Gwynant Jones gave police a vivid description of his Halloween attacker – and he was spotted on CCTV in his garb as the Libyan dictator.
Mock Gaddafi Jones was accused of carrying out the "cowardly and unprovoked" attack on the fancy dress night out with other friends on the "bad taste" pub crawl.
Gwynant Jones gave a vivid description of his Halloween attacker
He was seen giving high fives in the street afterwards
Ian Wright, Prosecutor
Prosecutor Ian Wright told how the Gaddafi-clad reveller was in the bar for just six minutes when he sank his teeth into his left ear from behind.
Mr Wright said: "He was seen giving high fives in the street afterwards."
Mobile app designer Gwynant Jones, 25, was at the bar at the Academy bar in the seaside town of Aberystwyth, West Wales, when he was "savaged" by the fancy dress despot.
Mr Wright said: "He approached from behind and placed his hands on his shoulder before biting his left ear – ripping the lower section off."
Geraint Jones was in the bar for six minutes before he bit the victim's ear off
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Mr Jones said: "All I can remember is being at the bar and then suddenly feeling a lot of pain.
"I leaned forward and I think that's when my ear must have ripped off and I saw lots of blood."
He said he had not spoken nor argued with the fancy dress party before being attacked.
The court heard the severed ear lobe was later recovered from the floor by a barman but it was not possible to reattach it.
Mr Jones had at operation at Morriston Hospital
Mr Jones had an operation at Morriston Hospital, Swansea, and needs further reconstructive surgery.
Attacker Jones, 25, admits biting him – but insists he did not mean for the victim's ear to be torn off.
He claimed the ear lobe was accidentally torn off when another man tried to "pull" him away.
Friend William Skinner told how he stepped in to separate the two. But he said: "The damage had already been done by that time."
Jones, of Queen's Avenue, Aberystwyth, has pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm. He denies causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
The trial continues.