A killer who slit a Tottenham man’s throat in a drunken street brawl is facing a life sentence after admitting manslaughter.

Mohammed Mohammed, 30, was due to go on trial at the Old Bailey for the murder of 23-year-old Clarence Larteh – who died of a single stab wound to the neck – but entered a guilty plea to manslaughter on the day the jury was due to be sworn in.

Witnesses claim to have seen Mohammed, of Weir Hall Road, Tottenham, sharpening his blade on the pavement before lashing out at his victim, who also lived in Tottenham, at around 9.15pm on May 27 last year.

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