David Harries, 30, attacked his sufferer, Peter Grimes, with the blade and threatened to “butcher” Alec Hammersley. The window cleaner slashed Mr Grimes’s finger within the assault in Mold, North Wales, earlier than calling Mr Hammersley to say: “You’re getting butchered.”
Harries was sentenced to 22 months in jail for the April 22 2021 assault, by which he informed Mr Hammersley the reducing of Mr Grimes was “f** all”.
He appeared by way of videolink at Mold Crown Court for sentencing on Thursday.
The window cleaned admitted wounding, having a bladed article, intimidating a witness and sending malicious communication.
After Harries was put behind bars on Thursday, March 24, police launched the mugshot taken of the jailed attacker.
In the photograph taken by North Wales Police, Harries’ expression is one in all shock, which prompted no small quantity of ridicule on social media.
Catherine Thomas mentioned: “A picture tells a thousand words, or in this case just two: ‘Oh sh**!’”
Justin Glaves requested: “What’s with the shocked expression or did he just remember he’d left the cooker on at home?”
Harries held a grudge towards Mr Hammersley, and went after Mr Grimes due to his friendship with the latter.
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Mr Grimes threw up his hand to deflect the assault earlier than escaping again contained in the property.
He sustained an harm to his hand, with a reduce measuring round one inch slightly below his little finger.
He additionally suffered a lightweight harm to the pinnacle.
Harries was then arrested and launched on bail, however with the strict instruction to not contact Mr Hammersley.
He then despatched Mr Hammersley numerous threatening messages on May 11, 2021, calling his sufferer “a grass”.
Defending Harries, Simon Rogers mentioned he “is adamant this will never happen again”.
He added: “There have been issues with drugs previously, but he has resolved those.”
He mentioned Mr Harries had a “good work record” and a strong business with a whole lot of consumers.
He continued: “Through me, he wishes to apologise for his actions.”