Liam Loughran has been jailed after he aggressively drove his car into The Lancer pub in Bedfordshire last year.
CCTV footage caught the 22-year-old crashing into the public house several times as doormen and locals watched on in horror.
Luckily, nobody was seriously injured but bystanders were forced to defend themselves from Loughran and his car with street furniture.
It is thought Loughran rammed his vehicle into the pub after a fight broke out on the dance floor at around 1.45am.
“In this instance we are extremely lucky that no one was seriously injured”
Detective Constable Tracey Joyce
Jack Blackburn, 25, was sentenced alongside Loughran for his involvement in the altercation after it was proven he threw a punch inside the pub before both he and Loughran left.
Shortly after the pair fled, Loughran returned in his car and drove the car in the direction of door staff and members of the public.
The 25-year-old received a 10 month sentence for affray, suspended from driving for two years and was fined £1,250.
Loughran, was sentenced to a total of 21 months for dangerous driving and two counts of affray.
Investigation lead, Detective Constable Tracey Joyce, said: “This type of violence is unacceptable.
“In this instance we are extremely lucky that no one was seriously injured.
“It was clear Loughran was trying to cause some serious harm and damage by using a car as his weapon, and hopefully he can reflect on his actions whilst behind bars.”