A MAN turned up at his mother's home despite a restraining order and when he was refused a lift kicked out at her husband's car.

Blackburn magistrates heard Ian Whitehead had been made subject to the order because he kept pestering for money for drugs.

Whitehead, 47, of Holly House, Holmes Street, Burnley, pleaded guilty to breach of a restraining order. He was made subject to a curfew between 7pm and 7am for two months and ordered to pay £85 costs and £90 victim surcharge.

Andy Robinson, prosecuting, said the restraining order did not prevent Whitehead from having contact with his mum and stepdad but he wasn't allowed to go to their house.

"In the past he has asked for money for drugs and when he has been refused he has made threats," said Mr Robinson.

"On this occasion he was there with there consent but when he was refused a lift or money for a bus he kicked the car."

Mark Williams, defending, said his client had been out of trouble for 17 years prior to the offence which led to the restraining order.

"He spent most of that time in and out of mental health institutions," said Mr Williams.

"His mother has been inviting him round to see her when she has not been well enough to go and see him."

He said when Whitehead asked for money he was told to leave and the door closed behind him.

"As he left he kicked out in frustration," said Mr Williams.