Ryan Ogilvie, 29, of Balunie Drive, admitted breaching a restriction of liberty order by committing six further offences.
He admitted at Dundee Sheriff Court that on August 1, at Tesco Express, Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, he stole alcohol; on September 16, at Iceland, Campfield Square, he stole food items; on October 21, at KFC in Tom Johnstone Road, he stole a pedal bicycle; on November 11 at MS News, Camphill Square, he stole another pedal bicycle and on the same date at Co-op in Claypotts Road, he stole food items. Ogilvie further admitted that on the same date, at the same place, he assaulted a staff member and threw bananas at her.
The restriction of liberty order had been imposed after he committed a catalogue of offences, including stealing electricity, damaging a meter by inserting a wire and bypassing the meter and preventing the meter from registering the quantity of electricity supplied at a flat in Aboyne Avenue.
He had further admitted taking and driving away a car from Balerno Street and driving without a licence or insurance, shop- lifting, assaulting an employee of Marks & Spencer in Seagate by throwing a bicycle at him, striking him on the body and breaching the peace in Aboyne Avenue in August.
Sentence was deferred until November 16.