A teenage yob has been found guilty of hurling a bottle after gatecrashing a birthday bash where a female partygoer was left with life-changing injuries.
Skene Smith was found guilty of endangering the public by lobbing a glass bottle towards a crowd of people as the 18th birthday party ended in disarray.
Megan Wright told Perth Sheriff Court she had been left scarred for life after a bottle bounced off a wall before striking her outside Kinloch Memorial Hall in Meigle, Perthshire.
Sheriff William Wood found Smith, 19, guilty of culpably and recklessly throwing the bottle towards a crowd at the village hall on February 18 2017.
At Perth Sheriff Court he said: “In Miss Wright’s case she suffered life-changing injuries. It remains to be seen how she adapts and whether she recovers from the psychological trauma which must have been distressing, not only for her, but for her family.”
Smith, of Glamis Road, Kirriemuir, had sentence deferred for the preparation of reports.