A thug who knocked a man unconscious and threatened to kill a taxi driver has been given a community order.
Bobby Thorpe punched a customer in Tunbridge Wells' McDonald's after the victim got into a row with his brother.
As the 29-year-old's sibling and the man squared up, Thorpe punched the customer, causing him to fall and hit his head.
The thug also racially abused a taxi driver in the same town when he got into the back of his cab.
He threatened to slash his face and kill him.
Thorpe, of Tonbridge, was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and racially aggravated common assault after being arrested on October 29 when police were called to his partner's address when a row broke out.
Thorpe had damaged a garden gate and was found with drugs on him.
He was charged with criminal damage and possession of cannabis.
Prosecutor James Nichols told the court the McDonald's incident happened in September last year, while the taxi driver was targeted in January.
Mr Nichols said: "He punched the man on the left side of the face and he hit his head on the way down and was knocked unconscious.
"He called the taxi driver p*** multiple times and threatened to slash his face and said he would kill him.
"There was a perspex screen between them but the taxi driver was put in fear of violence."
"He punched the man on the left side of the face and he hit his head.."
The court heard Thorpe had mental health issues and admitted saying things he shouldn't have to the driver.
When he was sentenced at Maidstone Magistrates' Court he was placed on a 12 month community order which will see him complete 240 hours of unpaid work.
He was also ordered to attended rehabilitation sessions for 20 days and must take part in an alcohol abstinence programme for 90 days and pay both his victims £100 compensation each.
Magistrates ordered the cannabis be destroyed.