Last August, the shameful attack on Malaysian student Ashraf Haziq—carried out as part of the riots sweeping London at the time—captured the attention of the world and left him with a broken jaw and a stolen PSP.

Haziq received small consolation at the time, being given a free PSP and some games by Sony and Namco Bandai, but got some more this week when a British court convicted one of his attackers, Beau Isagba (the one who broke Haziq's jaw and stole his bicycle), who will now face "a long prison sentence".

Found guilty of charges of grievous bodily harm and robbery, Judge Witold Pawlack said, "He is facing a long prison sentence and there is no reason that I can see why he should remain on bail now."

Bad Samaritan jailed [Daily Mail, via VG247]

Man has Jaw Broken, PSP Stolen During London Riots [Kotaku]