By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:27 BST, 17 May 2019 | Updated: 06:27 BST, 17 May 2019
A thug who brutally punched a random man in an unprovoked attack that left him clinging to life has been sentenced to jail.
Daniel Vaofusi appeared in the County Court of Victoria on Friday and was sentenced to five years in jail with a non-parole period of three years for his one-punch hit on Levent Babacan.
Vaofusi, who holds both Samoan and New Zealand nationality, faces deportation once released.
The horrific incident occurred outside a Cairnlea laundromat in Melbourne's west in December 2017.
The horrific incident occurred outside a Cairnlea laundromat in Melbourne's west in December 2017
Vaofusi could be seen walking staunchly towards Mr Babacan before he threw a brutal punch at his head
CCTV footage shows Mr Babacan outside the laundromat, minding his own business, when Vaofusi walks out.
Vaofusi can be seen walking towards Mr Babacan before he throwing a brutal punch at his head.
Mr Babacan falls to the floor as Vaofusi turns to head back into the laundrette, and was seen with his partner