A father who was caught keying a £100,000 Aston Martin has been told he faces jail.
Gary Brissett, 48, was pushing his baby in a pram when he used a bunch of keys to scratch nearly £8,000 of damage into the pricey motor in a Tesco car park, a court heard.

Owner Oliver Hall returned moments and discovered the damage along the full length of the passenger side of his car. But the whole incident was captured on video by the car's dashcam and was viewed by millions online.

The vandal was easily identified from the footage and soon arrested after it was published online. Brissett appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court and pleaded guilty to causing £7,741.28 damage to the near side of Mr Hall's Aston Martin Vanquish on 19 June.

Chair of the bench Carol Brabender told him: "You are a single father with a 13-month-old little baby and at that age they start to copy you.

"You have got to be a lot more proactive with your child.
"You are looking at a prison sentence. Who is going to look after your child, social services?
"What a stupid thing to do."

Asked if he wanted to say anything, shame-faced Brissett shook his head.
The magistrate continued her lecture, adding: "You're silly, aren't you? A man of your age too."

Magistrates adjourned sentencing until 19 September, but warned Bassett he could face jail.