THESE are some of the cases that were heard at Worcester Magistrates Court last week.

A drunk man punched a customer in the face outside a pub after staff took a bottle of vodka from the defendant when he fell asleep inside.

John Thorne had been drinking in the Bluebell Inn in Barnard's Green, Malvern but fell asleep inside the pub with a bottle of vodka beside him.

When the 30-year-old woke up at closing time he discovered his bottle of vodka had been removed and became 'agitated', punching Liam Cooper in the chin after he tried to get him away from the pub and also punching out glass panels in the pub door.

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A cannabis user smashed the windows of a house, leaving two children ‘petrified.’

Billy Loveridge smashed the lounge window of the home in Worcester during a row with the man living there and while the victim’s two children were inside.

The 29-year-old of Perrins Way, Bevere, near Worcester admitted criminal damage when he appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday following the incident on December 2 last year.

A 47-year-old man has admitted dealing cannabis to 'friends'.

Christopher Moule pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply when he appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday.

Moule of Farriers Corner, Droitwich, had 21.5g of the class B drug on March 13 last year. By his guilty plea he accepted he had the drug in his possession 'with intent to supply it to persons unknown'.

A mum made threats and damaged the door of the former friend who had called her a fat 'crack head'.

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Natalie Brown damaged the door of Laura Parry after a row on Facebook but the victim managed to film the incident on her mobile phone.

A drunk carer strangled his lover screaming he should have died in the house fire that left him disabled.

James Band admitted assaulting his disabled partner in a 'hate crime' attack in Worcester, leaving finger marks on his neck and the taste of blood in his mouth.

The 21-year-old of Nelson Road, St John’s, Worcester, admitted common assault in Worcester on June 8 last year when he appeared before city magistrates on Thursday.