A man, 21 has been charged with contravening a domestic violence order.
A man, 21 has been charged with contravening a domestic violence order.

‘Nothing but a c---’: Man threatens to bash mum’s head

A man who told his mother he wanted to get someone to bash her head in has been handed a term of probation.

The 21-year-old man fronted Maroochydore Magistrates Court by video link on Tuesday, pleading guilty to two charges including stealing and contravening a domestic violence order.

The court heard a domestic violence protection order was placed in February 2019 saying the man was not allowed to enter his mother's house.

Police prosecutor Stu Lydford told the court on June 25 at 10am, the man entered his mother's house, ate some food and had a nap.

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He then walked outside to where his mother was sitting and said to her "I want to get someone to bash your head in".

She replied "take your stuff and leave," to which he said "you're f------ scared of me, aren't you?".

After the victim said she would call police if she didn't leave, he called her "a dog," and told her she's "nothing but a c---"

He then rode away on a pushbike, while yelling that he hated her, and he wanted to bash his brother.

"The aggrieved stated that the defendant's behaviour towards her and his brother had been worsening of late for unknown reasons," Senior Sergeant Lydford said.

The court heard police were patrolling the Kawana shopping complex, where the man was riding into the bottle shop on a push bike, at 11.40am on June 28.

Police checks revealed he was wanted in relation to the breach.

The court heard the man said he had found the silver BMX bike in the bushes about a week ago, and couldn't remember anything further, "as he struggles to remember when he has been drinking".

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Duty lawyer Michael Robertson told the court a term of probation would be suitable considering the man's youth.

Magistrate Rod Madsen told the man while he understood that his mother would find it difficult to say no to him coming over, he needed to stay away from the house.

"If the police find out you're at the house and they go to that house and you're there, that's going to cause big problems for you," he said.

"You're carrying all the risks at the moment."

"That's f----- aye," he replied.

Mr Madsen sentenced the man to 12 months probation.

The court also heard the man's brother requested to be added under the domestic violence protection order.


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