A WELL-KNOWN Kilmarnock bakery has backed a fundraiser for a young Scot who is in a coma after he was attacked in Ibiza - by creating an empire biscuit in his honour.

Gavin Roberton, 26, from Stewarton, Ayrshire, was randomly punched in the head while at an ATM in the Spanish party island's resort San Antonio last week.

His devastated mum, who flew to the island to be at his bedside, said a man approached him from behind and punched him in the side of the head before running off. 

The Stewarton lad sustained a fractured skull, as well as bleeding and bruising on his brain. He was rushed to a nearby hospital and has been in a coma ever since.

A fundraising campaign to bring the popular electrician home has collected more than £34,000 since it was set up for Gavin who had no insurance. 

Now Brownings the Bakers, who are known for making the famous Killie pie, have said they will sell a special 'Bring Gav Home'  empire biscuit with the full cost of £1 donated to the fund. 

A statement from the firm said: "Please help us raise as much as we can to help Gavin and his family by popping into any of our shops or donating to the online fundraiser."

Elaine Scott, who started the fundraiser for the family, also said that Gavin remains in a stable condition.

She said: "Gavin’s condition remains stable at this time which is good. He remains in an induced coma while his brain injury heals. The family remains greatly appreciative of all your words of support and the love, positivity and good wishes you are sending."

She added that fundraising events were being held locally to help reach to fundraising target of £123,456.