A bachelorette party went downhill when a bride-to-be, Laura Inglis, was attacked by Ronald McKinnon, a 27-year-old man. Inglis was wearing an inflatable penis costume for the party festivities and she was celebrating with her friends in Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire.
The penis costume was triggering for McKinnon and he ran towards Inglis with a knife. Then he began to stab her costume multiple times. Inglis was caught off guard and called the police for assistance.
The police took McKinnon to the Paisley Sheriff Court and he was faced with multiple criminal charges. He was accused of possessing a knife, and culpable and reckless conduct. McKinnon did plead guilty to the culpable and reckless conduct charges. The knife possession charge was amended to say “a sharp implement” and he plead not guilty to the knife possession charge.
The sentencing for this case is still on hold as McKinnon did not attend the court proceeding.
As for Inglis, she is safe after the party crasher incident and she will be transitioning into married life from Scotland to America.
Inglis was a former striker with 2021 Scottish Women’s Football League winners Bishopton Ladies. Bishopton Ladies published a Facebook post honoring her efforts: “Laura Inglis leaves Bishopton FC Ladies after five years with the club, to start her new life in America with Jill.
“In her time with Bishopton, she has become a 2x League Champion & SWF League Cup Winner. She was part of the 2021 team which went the entire season undefeated and won a League & Cup Double.”
Her promising future makes up for the wild bachelorette party.