A public schoolboy who stabbed his best friend 13 times "for his own personal gratification" in Croydon has been handed another prison sentence for knife possession.

Harry Schick, then 17, was locked up for nine years in 2010 after luring Gavin Doyle, 16, into the woods and repeatedly knifing him in the throat, lung and liver in an horrific hour-long ordeal.

Today the 25 year old, who attended £20,000-a-year Pangbourne College, in Reading, was jailed for 16 months after police caught him with three knives during a crackdown on moped crime.

On May 9, police tried to pull him over as part of Operation Venice, a crackdown on moped crime but he sped away on his Honda 125cc bike when he saw police, running several red lights.

He was arrested in a nearby street after crashing into another vehicle and a short foot chase. A member of the public "shoulder barged" him and knocked him to the floor to help police.

When he was searched, officers found two large knives and a lock knife on him.

Schick, of Kensington, pleaded guilty on May 11 to knife possession, failing to stop, driving without insurance and driving whilst disqualified.

In 2016, for two offences of driving a motorbike with excess alcohol, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison and disqualified from driving for three years.

For each count of three counts of knife possession Schick was jailed for 16 months to run concurrently.

He was also banned from driving for three years and 10 months.