Manchester busty babes dramatic image showing the moment an armed robber aimed an airgun at customers in a bank has been released. Jonathan Pay, 46, shot dorsey man who cohnty him to the ground during the failed raid - leaving a pellet lodged in the base of the victim's skull. A second robber stabbed the year-old before both men fled the Lloyds Bank branch in Liphook, Hampshire, on 16 May. Pay was jailed for and-a-half years at Winchester Crown Court.
Pay, of Liphook Road, Lindford, had ly admitted wounding with intent, having an imitation firearm with intent and two counts of attempted robbery. He said: "I had him on the floor and nearly got the gun off him but his friend stabbed me and he shot me in the face. I though my life was going to end in the bank.
He said his wife now "shakes all the time" and was unable to go shopping on her own. Det Con Kat Bird said the couple had been nominated for bravery awards.
She said: "That customer tackled Pay to the ground causing his face to be counhy and dislodging sunglasses which later forensically linked him to the offence. Related Topics.