A MAN kicked out of his partner's house by the police was told not to come back until he was sober.

Blackburn magistrates heard Michal Mateusz Czarnowusy ignored the warning and on his third return kicked his way into the house.

By that time his partner had left to seek sanctuary at her sister's house but her nephew called the police and Czarnowusy was arrested.

Czarnowusy, 31, of Broadway, Nelson, pleaded guilty to criminal damage to a door, an internal door and plant pots and using violence to secure entry to premises.

He was made subject to a community order for 18 months with 35 days rehabilitation activity requirement and a condition he attends the Safer Relationships Course and complete 50 hours unpaid work.

He was ordered to pay £570 compensation, £85 costs and £95 victim surcharge and made subject to a restraining order for two years which prohibits him from having any contact with Miss Simes or entering Cravendale Avenue, Nelson.

Nicola Yeadon, prosecuting, said the defendant was at his partner's house and they had drinks with some friend.

"He became paranoid about her talking to the friends and began saying some nasty things about her," said Ms Yeadon.

"After the friends had gone he continued to be abusive and be argumentative. She went upstairs and contacted the police to have him removed."

He was told not to return until he was sober but came back a couple of hours later and started banging on the door and shouting.

"She was scared he was going to gain entry and called the police again," said Ms Yeadon.

"By the time the police arrived this time he had gone and she took the opportunity to go to her sister's house where she felt safe."

When he returned again Czarnowusy kicked his way in through the front door and then caused further damage inside.

In a victim personal statement the victim said the defendant's behaviour on the night had shocked her.