A baby-faced teen plunged a zombie knife into a man's buttocks so hard that surgeons had to remove it.
A shocking X-ray image shows just how far Aaron Toward-Parker stabbed the blade into his victim during the showdown in a park in Swindon, Wiltshire.
The 19-year-old's friend, Jack Parfitt, had arranged to meet a 'love rival' after becoming upset at 'flirting' between his pregnant girlfriend and a colleague.
The incident then escalated and Toward-Parker savagely stabbed his victim – leaving him with serious injuries.
He was found guilty at Swindon Crown Court of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
He had previously admitted having an offensive weapon and threatening another with an offensive weapon.
He was today sentenced to 11 years and eight months and made a heart gesture with his hands towards his family sat in the public gallery.
Toward-Parker and Parfitt had arrived at the scene of the incident on January 20, wearing masks and brandishing a BB gun.
Parfitt then opened fire, hitting his victim in the face and then in his torso.
The younger man told Toward-Parker, who was 18 at the time, to "back out the shank' – an instruction to get out his knife.
Parfitt pistol-whipped his victim, leaving him with a cut to his head.
Knifeman Toward-Parker, of Old Town, Swindon, waved the large weapon before bringing the hilt down on the head of the second victim.
He then said: "Don't think I won't bore you out with the knife", before plunging it into his buttocks.
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