The owner of two dogs that savaged 10 people in a "horrific and nightmarish" attack in East Sussex last month was jailed today for a year.
Spencer Brown pleaded guilty to 10 counts of owning dogs which were dangerously out of control in a public place.
The attacks happened after his Staffordshire bull terrier crosses Tilly and Freak escaped from his home in Marline Road, St Leonards-on-Sea on July 22. The victims were bitten on their hands, arms and legs by the pair.
Police officers subdued one animal with a fire extinguisher and a passer-by dragged the other into a cage.
In May a man was hurt after being attacked by one of the same dogs during a confrontation with Brown.
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