Court told of man urinating on ex-partner’s bed

A man who urinated on his ex-partner’s bed out of jealousy was cursed by a judge who described the act as “disgusting and degrading”.

The 50-year-old Tongala man pleaded guilty to the Shepparton Magistrates’ Court of property damage and violating a domestic violence intervention order.

Senior prosecutor Carita Thompson told the court the man urinated on his ex-partner’s bed after telling him he would not be allowed to stay with her at her Tongala home on Jan. 29.

The man was packing his things and when he left he told the woman that he had urinated on her bed.

When her 23-year-old son heard this, he threw a handful of gravel onto the man’s vehicle while reversing out of the driveway, breaking a window in the vehicle.

The man then got out of his car and fetched two rocks from the garden and used them to smash his son’s windshield and another window, Leading Sen Constable Thompson said.

The man also hit the rear wing of his son’s vehicle several times.

The son then ripped off the exterior mirror of his father’s vehicle.

The prosecutor told the court that the son had received an offer for $ 2,747 to repair his vehicle.

The cost of the damage to the man’s vehicle was unknown, but it was estimated at about $ 4,000.

During an interview with police, the man said he urinated on the bed believing his ex-partner was cheating on him, Leading Sen Constable Thompson said.

He also said he damaged his son’s vehicle in retaliation for the damage done to his vehicle.

The court was also informed that the man’s husband sent the woman two text messages on February 18 after she issued an intervention warrant that read “Hey” and “Sorry, wrong number”.

The man admitted to the police at the time that he had sent the text message and said he had sent the first one by mistake.

The man represented himself in court and told the court that he urinated on the bed out of jealousy because his ex-partner had seen other men and berated him.

The man was fined $ 1,250.

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