A Cringila father rammed his thumb down his partner's throat and then bit her during a violent domestic assault over the long weekend, Wollongong Local Court has heard.
Abdul Yassine, 24, is accused of mocking the woman's Muslim faith, ordering her to "go and eat some pig and cover up" before he attacked her, repeatedly pushing her and smothering her face.
Police claim the fight broke out on Friday, after the woman raided Yassine's phone and discovered her boyfriend had been visiting dating and porn sites.
The woman confronted Yassine but he started to degrade her, calling her a "dirty skank", the court heard.
When the woman attempted to call police, Yassine allegedly grabbed her phone and broke it.
Police claim Yassine then hustled his partner into the bedroom and repeatedly pushed her on to the bed.
It is alleged Yassine placed his hand over the woman's nose and mouth before he rammed his thumb down her throat.
The woman managed to get up but Yassine grabbed her from behind and bit her, the court heard.
Police claim the woman punched Yassine, in order to escape, and ran to a nearby house where she phoned police.
When she returned home, the woman allegedly saw Yassine punch the glass front door before he drove off.
Yassine was charged with multiple counts of assault and damaging property.
Opposing the man's application for bail yesterday, prosecutor Sergeant Anna Comer told the court the allegations were violent and there were concerns for the woman's protection.
Solicitor Angela Melouney, acting for Yassine, told the court her client could live with his parents in Campbelltown, noting the address was a considerable distance from the woman's home.
Ms Melouney said Yassine could provide a surety and could lose his job if he was refused bail.
Magistrate Susan McGowan granted Yassine strict conditional bail but noted the facts were "quite alarming".
The matter was adjourned to January 31.