Two teenagers have been jailed for a total of 13-and-a-half years after they killed a man in a drink-fuelled attack.
Jack Wilde, 24, was repeatedly kicked and hit with a Buckfast wine bottle after a gang of youths knocked him to the ground in Glenrothes, Fife.
The victim had been challenged to a “square go” when he encountered the youths at the Glenwood Shopping Centre.
At the High Court in Edinburgh, Robert McKay and Andrew Irvine had earlier admitted a culpable homicide charge.
The judge Lady Dorrian told the pair: “It is a despicable offence. The only way I can deal with both of you is by a custodial sentence.”
They each faced nine years’ detention for the crime, but their sentences were cut to six years and nine months following their guilty pleas.
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