A crazed drunk bit the cheek of a McDonald's customer whose nose he broke in a "sustained and ferocious piece of violence".
Matthew Feeney unleashed the savage attack when told by his victim to step away from his car in the fast-food restaurant's car park.
Under the influence of booze which possibly combined with his psychosis medication, Feeney snapped his victim's tooth with an initial blow to the face.
As Feeney sank his teeth into the other man's face, he did not flinch when his victim squeezed his testicles tightly in an attempt to break free.
Feeney, 32, from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm on March 14 and affray, GrimsbyLive reports.
Michael Masson, prosecuting, told Grimsby Crown Court that Feeney went to McDonald's at Gallagher retail park, Scunthorpe, and bought some food.
After 7pm, he tried to open a rear passenger door of a Kia Rio vehicle belonging to another customer but it was locked.
He told the driver: "I just want to get in your car, mate."
The man replied: "No, mate. Get your hands off my car."
He pushed Feeney backwards away but, without warning, the troublemaker punched out, hitting the driver in the mouth, causing a front tooth to snap.
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The victim felt pain and dazed but tried a fighting stance and they exchanged blows in the McDonald's car park.
He punched Feeney in the face and managed to wrestle him to the ground but Feeney leaned over him and continued punching him.
Feeney managed to pick the victim up and slam him back down, causing him to hit his head on the pavement.
He then straddled him and bit him in the cheek and jaw area, causing excruciating pain and a "feeling like his face was tearing apart".
"He started screaming out in pain," said Mr Masson.
The victim grabbed and tightly squeezed Feeney's testicles as hard as he could to get him off – but it seemed to have little effect.
Feeney bit down on the man's nose, causing him to scream in agony.
He suffered a broken nose and permanent bite scarring.
The victim punched Feeney in the face before managing to drive off, fearing for his safety.
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Feeney tried to get into other cars and was pushed out of one.
He had convictions for 39 previous offences and had also been jailed for 18 months in April 2019 for wounding and had a conviction from May 2018.
Judge Ahmed Nadim told Feeney: "It was a sustained and ferocious piece of violence.
"You punched him in the face, causing his tooth to be snapped, and the victim tried as best he could to defend himself but his defence was having no impact on you."
He went on: "You bit his right cheek with some force, causing what has been described as excruciating pain.
"You again punched him in the face and that shows the determination you had at the time to continue with your violence and inflict the most damage that you could, in fact, inflict."
Feeney was jailed for two years and nine months.
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