A MAN who broke a court order to stay away from his wife has appeared in court again.
Irrum Mahmood, 31, was remanded in custody after breaking the conditions of a non-molestation order imposed at Huddersfield County Court on August 18.
His wife had taken out the order which banned him from visiting her home or contacting her.
The court heard the couple had split up because of Mahmood’s drinking and violence in the relationship.
But Mahmood breached the order on September 14 when he entered the family home in Percy Street, Fartown, while drunk.
He then flouted the ban a second time on September 26.
This time he followed his wife home as she collected the children from school before banging on the door and then leaving to phone her.
Mahmood was granted conditional bail until his next hearing before Huddersfield magistrates on October 31.
The conditions are that he does not make contact with his wife and that he does not enter West Yorkshire except to attend court.
He also has to live and sleep at his parents’ address in Friars Way, Newcastle, and adhere to an electronically monitored curfew.