A man who drove his car into people leaving a bar in a horrific attack has been jailed for eight years.
Shaquille Wokoh mounted the pavement in his Volkswagen Golf and deliberately drove into pedestrians leaving the venue in south east London.
Police said it was only by luck that no one was seriously hurt or killed, although a number of peoples lives were put at risk by the 24-year-olds actions.
Wokoh was sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court after being found guilty of attempted grievous bodily harm with intent, dangerous driving and assault by beating.
He had also pleaded guilty to money laundering after more than £100,000 in cash was found at his home.
The shocking incident happened after Wokoh got into a fight inside the Mekan Bar and Restaurant in Catford on September 16 last year.
After being kicked out of the bar he immediately made his way to his car, which was parked nearby.
At about 3am, he deliberately drove into a crowd of people outside the venue, in an attack that was caught by CCTV cameras.
It is believed the man he had been fighting with earlier was in the crowd that Wokoh, of Croydon, drove towards.
A man in the crowd was knocked to the floor and was seemingly unconscious following the attack.
Police arrived at the scene soon after but were told that nothing had happened, and no victim was identified.
About three weeks later, on October 5, the Volkswagen Golf at the centre of the investigation was driven past Catford Police Station by Wokoh, who was stopped by officers,
A subsequent search of his home recovered £114,555 in cash, which Wokoh had accrued through criminal activity, police said.
PC Gary Sanders said: This was a deliberate use of a car as a deadly weapon. It was only by luck that no one was killed or suffered serious injuries.
Wokoh was clearly enraged that night and in the heat of the moment launched an attack against those responsible.
As a result of the investigation, Wokoh was found to have accrued thousands of pounds by criminal activity; forensic tests of the money we recovered showed abnormally high traces of heroin. This money has now been seized and can be used to help, and not harm, communities.