A Fife man has been jailed for glassing a complete stranger in the face at a pub.
Kevin Low was so drunk he claimed he could not remember carrying out the unprovoked assault.
An impact statement from the victim revealed he had been left scarred by the attack.
It went on to say he had also suffered emotional and psychological trauma as a result of the incident.
Low, 35, of Croall Place, Kelty, appeared for sentencing this week at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
He previously admitted that on April 14 at the Seven Kings, Bridge Street, Dunfermline, he assaulted his victim Iain Cruickshank by striking him on the head with a glass tumbler, to his injury. Sheriff Alastair Brown jailed Low for 12 months.
Depute fiscal Claire Bremner said Mr Cruickshank had been in the smoking area outside the bar with his partner.
Low came into the area and engaged in a conversation with the man, before punching him in the face while holding the glass.
The victim suffered three cuts to his face.
Defence solicitor Gwen Haggerty said her client could not remember the incident.
He was covered in blood when he got home but thought he had been injured by falling over.
The sheriff also banned Low from entering the Seven Kings for three years.