A THUG was jailed for five years for hurling a brick into a busy Holmfirth nightclub.
The missile hit teacher Tammy Leader full in the face, knocking out three teeth.
Bradford Crown Court heard that father-of-two Darren Frost, 33, had been barred from the Speak Easy Club on Huddersfield Road two weeks earlier after attacking a man.
Frost, a warehouseman, of Elm Avenue, Thongsbridge, was told Miss Leader would bear the scars - physical and psychological - for the rest of her life.
The court was told that Miss Leader, from Norfolk, had been on a hen night and was sitting next to a window when Frost became angry because door staff had refused to let him in.
He kicked the doors before picking up a fist-sized brick and throwing it through the window.
It hit Miss Leader, cutting her lip and knocking out the teeth.
Judge Linda Sutcliffe was told that Miss Leader had been left with permanent scarring to her lips.
She has also had extensive dental treatment, which has cost thousands of pounds, and she will need more treatment for many years to come.
In a letter read to the court Miss Leader, a teacher at a school for boys with behavioural problems, said she had suffered at work and felt unable to cope in certain situations.
The court was told that Frost had been barred from the club after he punched a man in an unprovoked attack two weeks before the incident with Miss Leader in May last year.
A drunken Frost punched Dean Kane in the face, leaving him with a broken jaw which had to be wired and needed a metal plate put in.
John Elvidge, for Frost, said his client had not meant to hit anybody with the brick and was sorry for the injuries he had caused.
Frost pleaded guilty to charges of causing grievous bodily harm, affray and criminal damage.
Judge Sutcliffe told Frost the two incident had been "absolutely disgraceful".
She added: "The result of these two bouts of violence are that one man had his jaw broken in two places and a young woman is going to have to live with the consequences of what you did to her for the rest of her life - not just physical scars, but real psychological problems.
"What you did to her is affecting her daily life.
"But whatever I do I cannot make good what you did to her."