A raging knifeman who stabbed his love rival in a takeaway has been jailed for 10 years.
A judge at Preston Crown court ruled violent criminal Wayne Baines, 23, latterly of Tulketh Road, Ashton, Preston, would also have to serve an extended five year licence following his release.
He was found guilty of knifing victim Dayl Harrison more than 10 times with a kitchen knife in bloodied scene at the American Chicken and Pizza takeaway on Market Street, Chorley, on October 5 last year.
Notorious Baines, who has appeared in a TV series about ASBOs, stabbed Mr Harrison - the new flame of Jodie Hort, Baines’ ex - in the head, neck and thighs, causing massive blood loss.
He was found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm, harassment of his ex-partner, and breaching a restraining order.
Judge Stuart Baker, sentencing at Preston Crown Court, praised the have a go hero who risked his life to stop the savage attack.
British Car Auctions worker Joshua Garvey, 23, jumped on Baines twice.
Today Mr Garvey, who had only recently returned to his hometown after living in Scotland, said: “It’s a significant sentence and I think it sends out the right message about violent crime.
“The man could have died.
“It’s a relief the court case is over and that I don’t have to worry anymore.”
DC Michelle Thompson, of South CID, said: “Had it not been for the actions of Josh Garvey, this could have been a very different kind of investigation.
“I’m glad the judge has recognised his courage. Everyone in our team is delighted at the sentence. Baines is clearly a dangerous individual and has been taken of the streets for a number of years.
“We wanted a good result for the victim and think it sends out a positive message that actions of this nature will not be tolerated.”
Baines was on the run for more than a week after the incident and was found by Nightsafe officers enjoying a night out in Preston with friends.
After the attack he had sent Facebook messages to his ex, boasting about the attack.
He is notorious in Chorley’s crime world having been slapped with an ASBO at just 12, and being convicted of robbing three children at gunpoint in a park, aged 15.
Last December he featured in a Channel 5 documentary in which he claimed he had breached his ASBO so many times he had “lost count”.