A MAN who made terrifying threats to kill his former girlfriend has been jailed for two years.
Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday how Qassim Hall, 21, phoned Emma Trainor and asked her how she wanted die, before telling her he would burn down her house.
Hall also made horrific treats to Ms Trainor's friend, Kelly O'Mahoney.
Mr Nick Worsley, prosecuting, said Hall threatened to "rip her unborn baby out of her stomach and rip it to bits in front of her eyes".
Hall then told her the bench outside her house would be painted red with her blood.
Mr Worsley added: "Another occasion he phoned Emma and said: `I'm sick of people laughing at me. This is it. How would you like to die?' "
Hall, of Town Avenue, Bradley Mills, was found guilty on two counts of making threats to kill and one of breaking an anti- social behaviour order.
Mr Glenn Parsons, defending, said Hall was facing up to what he has done. Hall was "a troubled man" and knew the women were very frightened.
Hall's previous convictions include an assault on Ms Trainor's mother last year.