Victim ‘left with imprint of foot’

A VIOLENT drunk has been jailed after beating and kicking a man so savagely he was left with a broken jaw and a shoe imprint in his face.

Robert Passman
Robert Passman

A VIOLENT drunk has been jailed after beating and kicking a man so savagely he was left with a broken jaw and a shoe imprint in his face.

Robert Passman beat the man to the ground and repeatedly kicked his head and body ‘like a football’ before leaving him semi-conscious in a pool of his own blood.

And in a separate attack just a few months earlier, Passman assaulted a group of men at Les Platons car park on the north coast after downing a crate of lager and a crate of alcopops.

The 23-year-old was jailed on Friday for four years and nine months by the Royal Court for both the attacks and an unrelated charge of criminal damage. And his younger brother Paul (20), who stabbed two men during the car park brawl, was sentenced to 312 hours of community service and two years’ probation.

Full story in Saturday's JEP