A man who stole from a woman while she lay on the pavement having an epileptic fit has been jailed.
A judge said Noel Steadman had committed a "despicable" act which would "disgust right thinking people".
CCTV from Manchester City centre showed Steadman, and another man who has not been identified, carrying the victim into an alleyway.
After laying her down, Steadman stole her iPhone and car keys - before opening her car to look for other belongings.
The victim, 39-year-old Leonora Royce, said the late night incident in Manchester city centre had "shaken me to my core".
The court heard that a passer by saw both suspects but believed them to be helping Mrs Royce.
The man asked Steadman whether they needed an ambulance - to which he replied "No, it's okay mate. I will sort her."
Sentencing him to 22 months in jail, Judge David Hernandez told Steadman: "Instead of helping her you went out of your way to see what you could get."
"It was clearly and blatantly dishonest, aggravated by the fact that woman was lying in the street, clearly needing help. She was vulnerable."