A man assaulted his partner in the bedroom – pushing her to the floor three times and then against a kitchen table – after he was asked to leave a “social gathering” where she chatted to her ex.
Wesley Bates (31), of Goodfellows Road, Spalding, pleaded guilty to assaulting Charlotte Parkin by beating on March 28 when he appeared before magistrates in Boston on Wednesday.
Sentence was adjourned to June 4 for a probation report.
Paul Wood, prosecuting, said Bates became angry as Ms Parkin chatted to her ex and she told him to go home.
When Ms Parkin returned home, Bates was in the bedroom and asked her why he had been asked to leave the other house.
Mr Wood said Bates pushed Ms Parkin in the chest with both hands and she fell to the floor.
“She believes she fell to the floor three times as part of this activity,” he said.
Ms Parkin went downstairs and a witness saw Bates shove her into a kitchen table.
Solicitor Mark Hudson, for Bates, said: “He tells me today he knows what he has done is out of order.”
Presiding magistrate Malcolm Johnson said: “The most serious issue about this is it was a domestic scene and the partner had to leave the premises for her own safety.”