A man who attacked a group after an argument at the pub was jailed.

Aron Mahmood, 21, of Avondale Road, Harrow, was jailed for two years and three months for unlawful wounding, having an offensive weapon in public, affray and assault causing actual bodily harm after he attacked a group of men with a knife.

The victims and some of Mahmood's friends had been inside Harrow Public House on July 8, and an argument ensued when they left.

Mahmood, who had not been at the pub, approached the victims after they left and attacked the mas they walked to Harrow-on-the-Hill underground station along College Road in the early hours of July 9.

One victim sustained serious injuries to his groin while the other men were left with cuts and stab wounds.

Crown Prosecution Service London North reviewing lawyer Elizabeth Lockwood said: "This incident stemmed from a dispute earlier on in the evening, one that did not involve Mahmood.

"However he took it upon himself to launch a knife attack on a group of unarmed young men.

"The attack was clearly caught on CCTV and as a result of the strong case against him, Mahmood had little choice but to plead guilty to his crimes.

He added: "This is an individual who inflicted serious injuries to his victims using a knife. He will now serve time in prison as a result of his crimes."