A 32-YEAR-old has been given a chance to rehabilitate himself after leaving prison, despite committing fresh offences including destroying tables in a bar.

Christopher Stones, who has a care of address of Valley Way, Droitwich, made his latest appearance at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday, (July 7).

Stones admitted using threatening, abusive, or insulting words or behaviour with the intent to provoke violence, criminal damage and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. 

Worcester News: COURT: Christopher StonesCOURT: Christopher Stones (Image: Facebook)

The court heard Stones committed all the offences on December 14 last year in Evesham - the assault being described as "unprovoked".

In the criminal damage offence Stones destroyed tables, chairs, and windows valued at £442 in Chancers Bar, Evesham. 

Worcester News: DAMAGE: Christopher Stones has admitted criminal damage at Chancers Bar, EveshamDAMAGE: Christopher Stones has admitted criminal damage at Chancers Bar, Evesham (Image: Google)

Stones was jailed for 24 weeks, suspended for a year as magistrates found there was a  realistic prospect of rehabilitation and Stones is currently working with probation under post-sentence supervision.

Stones was also ordered to pay compensation of £642 with includes £200 for the assault and £442 for the damage caused at Chancers Bar.

We previously reported Stones threatened an off-duty police officer who was Christmas shopping with his partner in Primark in December last year.

And Stones had been jailed for common assault, the dad-of-one being released from HMP Hewell after 20-weeks recently.