A man who pleaded guilty to head stomping a taxi driver during an alleged drunken rage, has apologised to the victim.
Jay Belgrove pleaded guilty to the attack on the 46-year-old driver at a Woolooware 7/11, in Sydney's south.
The alleged assault was captured on store CCTV late last year.
"Jay where's the regret mate?" a reporter asked Belgrove outside court on Monday.
"Nothing to say to the taxi driver?" the journalist asked.
"Sorry," Belgrove replied.
Belgrove and former girlfriend Georgia-Lee Pickett will be sentenced on Tuesday following the violent attack, and could face a jail term.
At a court appearance last month, it was determined Belgrove and Pickett were "extremely intoxicated" at the time, after allegedly consuming up to 20 alcoholic drinks, cocaine and cannabis.
The driver had picked up the couple from a Cronulla club, but due to their intoxicated state, he refused to drive them any further and pulled in to the service station.
Angered that the driver wouldn't take he and Pickett home, Belgrove allegedly opened the driver's door and kicked him in the head.
The victim was allegedly left sprawled on the ground outside his car, as Belgrove stomped on his head.