A laundrette worker behaved in a bizarre manner at a club dancing with groups of people he did not know before punching a stranger in the eye.
Danny Bell, 23, of Hawes Side Lane, Marton, admitted assault and cannabis possession.
He was fined £150 with £20 victims’ surcharge and ordered to pay compensation of £50 to his victim by Blackpool magistrates.
Paul Foster, prosecuting, said Bell was at the Tache club on July 6 and causing some concern because he was dancing with strangers and having his picture taken with them.
At 4am Bell told a 27-year-old man “you’re in my way” before punching him in the face causing a cut above his eye.
Bell told police he was the only person in the club not dressed as a Goth. He was getting strange looks from people and then someone hit him.
Tony Slater, defending, said Bell had had a dispute with his father that day and been told to leave the house.
He drank about eight pints and had little recollection of what happened in the club.