Laura Hardman, 26, began rowing with Michael Foy, 59, after he commented on her 'rowdy' behaviour at the Cyns Tavern in Salford, Greater Manchetser.
She hurled abuse at Mr Foy and told him to 'call social services' before being ejected from the pub. Hardman later returned and bit his finger with 'incredible force'.
The tip of Mr Foy's index came off and was salvaged. But after he was rushed to hospital, doctors told the man it could not be reattached.Yikes!
Hardman, from Leigh, pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm and assault. She was handed four years at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court this week.Luckily, she was up before Judge David Stockdale QC and not the Moron of Minshull Street.
Hardman had no previous convictions. Neil Ronan, defending, said social services had no concerns about the special needs worker's capabilities.That was presumably before she savaged a man like a scruffy Alsatian bitch. I hope?.
He told the court Hardman was suffering from anxiety after a neighbour and friend had been murdered and was remorseful over the incident.If only the murderer had knocked on her door instead...