Vicious robber had downed five litres of cider
A DRUNK robber who stamped on his victim's head was told by a judge he was lucky not to be going straight to prison.
Daniel Fey, 21, had downed five litres of cider before following his victim out of a takeaway in East Street, Bedminster at 1.30am on March 24 this year.
He then launched an attack and took the man's loose change, headphones, sunglasses and keys.
Fey pleaded guilty to robbery and was sentenced at Bristol Crown Court to a community order with 240 hours' unpaid work. He must also pay £300 compensation and £300 court costs.
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Peter Coombe, prosecuting, said Fey, of Long Cross, Lawrence Weston, had no previous convictions.
Katie Jenkins, defending, said Fey had pleaded guilty at the very first opportunity and shown a significant level of remorse.
Judge Michael Longman told him: "Please remember how lucky you are not to be going through the door behind you."