A drugged up Fife man drove while disqualified, crashed a car into a garden fence and then drove off again.
Pedestrians had to jump out of the way as Kyle Richardson drove on pavements.
When apprehended by police Richardson repeatedly bit an officer in the arm, which saw him require hospital treatment.
Richardson then falsely claimed he had syphilis and the officer had to undergo tests and take antibiotics.
Richardson, 32, of Kirktoun Park, Ballingry, appeared from custody at Dunfermline Sheriff Court to be sentenced for a string of offences, including two charges of driving while disqualified.
He admitted that on February 12 on various roads in Cardenden and Ballingry, he drove while disqualified, while on August 13 at Primmer Place, Cowdenbeath, he was in possession of ecstasy and cocaine.
Richardson also admitted that on October 8, in various streets in Lochgelly, he drove a car dangerously and while disqualified.
He failed to control the vehicle, causing collisions with stationary vehicles, caused the car to strike a fence and enter the front garden of a house in Andrew Street, mounted the pavements and caused pedestrians to take evasive action to avoid being struck and drove at excessive speeds.
At Hamilton Street, Lochgelly, he assaulted a police officer by repeatedly biting him to his injury.
Sheriff James MacDonald told Richardson: “The attack on the officer was disgraceful and disgusting.”
He jailed Richardson for nine months and banned him for four years and four months.