This is the grinning face of a robber who battered a supposed friend with a baseball bat and threatened to harm his family unless he handed over his life savings.
Satpal Jassal befriended his 24-year-old victim before luring him to a nature reserve in Cranford, a stone's throw from Heathrow's perimeter fence, where he and an accomplice launched a brutal assault.
Jassal then forced him to handover £500 and said his family would be next if he didn't deliver his life savings the following day.
The 27-year-old, of Bankside, Southall, was on Friday (February 20) jailed for six years after being found guilty that day at Isleworth Crown Court of blackmail and robbery.
The court heard how Jassal had called his victim on August 28 to arrange a night out and they had met that evening in Johnson Street, Southall, before driving to an open space just off Waye Avenue, Cranford.
Jassal then left before returning with an accomplice, the court was told. Together they set about kicking and punching him, leaving him badly bruised, and Jassal struck him over the head with a baseball bat.
He was taken to a nearby cash machine to withdraw money before being driven back to the park, where Jassal told him his family would be harmed if he didn't hand over his entire life savings the following day.
Detective Constable Tony Williams, of Hounslow CID, said: "The victim of this robbery is often referred to by those who know him as someone who is very trusting and Jassal took advantage of this.
"He befriended the victim and over a four-month period gained his trust only to then go and rob him and use a frightening level of force on him.
"Throughout the investigation, Jassal continued to deny his involvement however the bravery of the victim, and the strong and clear evidence presented to the court ensured that this violent offender will now be serving a significant jail term for his awful actions."