A man left a trail of blood and destruction in a communal building after becoming angry and punching a hole in the wall of his flat.
The punch made his hand bleed and Boriss Mulers left blood on the walls and carpets as well as leaving the shower running to overflow into a bar below.
Mulers (26), of Station Street, Spalding, pleaded guilty at Spalding Magistrates’ Court on Thursday to damaging a wall, carpets and electrics worth £450 at a property belonging to Stepehen Thorne, in Commercial Road, on May 5 last year.
Marie Stace, prosecuting, said Mulers agreed to pay the sum as part of a restorative justice scheme, but failed to do so.
She said the actual cost of repairs turned out to be £1,492.07.
Solicitor Daven Naghen, for Mulers, asked the court not to award compensation as there were no proper quotes.
He said Mulers became angry after damaging a glass table of his own and lashed out at the wall.
He accepted he had left blood stains, but only turned the shower on to wash off blood and had not expected it to overflow.
Mulers was conditionally discharged for a year and ordered to pay £43 costs.
Presiding magistrate Peter Dolby said there would be no order for compensation in the absence of proper quotes.