A man entered the home of his ex-partner uninvited and threatened to stab another man.
Fraser Watt, 44, a prisoner at Perth, admitted one charge of engaging in a course of conduct which caused fear and alarm to Rebecca Williams, at Mary Slessor Square, between February 19 and 21.
The court heard that Watt entered his ex-partner’s home uninvited and shouted and swore at her.
Watt then repeatedly threatened to stab John Munday and demanded that Mr Munday leave the house.
He repeatedly made derogatory comments towards Ms Williams, repeatedly refused to leave the house when asked to do so, and pulled a telephone connection from a wall socket.
Watt did this in order to disconnect a phone call Ms Williams was making to police at the time of the offence.
He then told Ms Williams he was going to “interrogate” her mobile phone.
He also parked his vehicle outside her house and remained within the vehicle, telling her he was outside her house and also telling her that he had attended at the home of John Munday.
Watt also repeatedly asked to speak to Ms Williams and repeatedly sent her text messages. Sentence was deferred until June 6 for a Crown narrative, with Watt remanded meantime.