Spat after drinking session ended in violence, Scunthorpe court told
A furious boyfriend from Scunthorpe smashed crockery and hurled a mobile phone at a wall during a drunken argument with his lover, a court heard.
Mario Dascenzo, 31, of Normanby Road, admitted damaging kitchen crockery and a mobile phone belonging to Elizbieta Morzywolek on August 12.
Fiona Boulder, prosecuting, told North Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court that the pair started arguing on the way back from a drinking session. Dascenzo later smashed crockery at Miss Morzywolek's home in Long Road, Scunthorpe and overturned a heavy table in the living room, Ms Boulder said.
He threw her mobile phone at a wall, causing it to break into pieces, she told the court. He later claimed she had been shouting at him and that she threw the mobile phone at him, hitting his head, before he hurled it at a wall, Ms Boulder said.
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David Rix, mitigating, said Dascenzo had a history of domestic difficulties and needed help for them.
Unemployed Dascenzo was given a two-year supervision order, including a domestic abuse programme, and was ordered to pay £70 compensation and £85 costs.