WATCH: ITV Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura reports from Norwich Crown Court.

A man who threw rocks at nearly 100 cars on roads on the Norfolk-Suffolk border has avoided a jail term.

Aaron Hurley, from the village of Langley near Loddon, admitted four counts of endangering road users and three of criminal damage earlier this year.

He asked for another 86 offences to be taken into account.

Hurley threw rocks and bricks from a moving car at other vehicles Credit: Keith Wright; Tom Pullinger

At Norwich Crown Court on Monday, 18 November, the 25-year-old was given a three-year community order, with a requirement to have mental health treatment during that period.

He was also banned from driving for a year.

Aaron Hurley asked for 86 other offences to be taken into account, alongside the seven he was convicted for Credit: ITV Anglia

Hurley, targeted cars on roads including the A146 and A143 near Beccles, Bungay and Halesworth between May and June this year.

He threw rocks and bricks from a moving vehicle, damaging many of them including a private ambulance.