A MAN threatened to cut his neighbour’s dogs head off after she reported him to Flintshire County Council about late night parties.

Mark Edwards Spencer, 34, of Fairfield Road in Broughton, also told Leanne Wallis he would “bash her door down” and “burn her eyes out”.

Justin Espie, prosecuting, told the court how the late night parties at Spencer’s home had caused Ms Wallis to have sleepless nights, so she made a noise complaint to Flintshire County Council.

At the start of June, Spencer began to throw items out of his kitchen window, which is directly above the rear door of Ms Wallis property.

Spencer, who suffers with mental health issues and has learning difficulties, shouted from his window, “I’ll cut your f*****g dog's head off”

James Bagby, defending, said it was worth considering his client’s vulnerable state due to his mental health.

Mr Bagby went on to say after a camera had been fitted outside his front door, it led to him being alone and festering.

However, he accepted the clear impact it had had on the victim.

Magistrates ordered he to serve a 12 month community order which contains a mental health treatment programme and a requirement for him to complete 15 days of rehabilitation.

They imposed an indefinite restraining order and pay £620 costs and £1,000 to his victim.