A Manjimup man who violently smashed three windows in a pub he had just been kicked out of for fighting another patron has been slammed by a South West Magistrate for his “huge drinking problem”. Jakob Keith Burke, 24, was drinking at the Tall Timbers Brewing Company bar and restaurant on May 28, when he got into a fight with another pubgoer about 11.40pm. The scrap between the pair ended only after the two men were removed from the bar by onlookers. Once outside, Burke kicked over a potted plant which then fell back into a large pane of glass shattering it and spreading glass over the sidewalk. He then walked back to the sports bar section of Tall Timbers and proceeded to kick a glass panel of the door repeatedly until it broke. Burke then wandered around on the street yelling abuse at unknown people in his vicinity before turning around and heading back to the venue, where he picked up a TAB sign and threw it through another window of the sports bar section of the pub. The public defender representing Burke said he had no recollection of the event and admitted there was a “level of immaturity involved in this incident”. When shown the CCTV footage of his rampage, the court was told Burke was “extremely shocked by his actions” and “couldn’t believe it was actually him that did that”. Magistrate Michelle Pontifex told Burke, pictured, his life needed to change, particularly his relationship with alcohol “if he can’t remember breaking three windows”. She said Burke needed to prioritise his life and these charges could result in three years’ imprisonment. Burke was sentenced to a nine-month community order, which carries supervised counselling and 60 hours of community service. He was also given a $500 fine for being disorderly in public.