A Woonona man involved in a public domestic dispute then went on an alleged tirade of violence towards arresting police officers that included smashing their car window, buckling the rear door and head butting a hospital wall on Sunday.
A distraught Dallas Ross, who still had facial bruising, fronted Wollongong Local Court for the second time this week to tearfully apply for bail on Friday.
Magistrate Michael Stoddart denied Ross' release, despite his repeated pleas, given he was on bail for unrelated violence charges.
In documents tendered to court, police allege the 30-year-old argued with his partner, accusing her of cheating on him on Sunday afternoon before he allegedly said, "I'm giving you a five minute head start then I'm going to come down and stab you..."
Ross allegedly followed the woman to Woonona train station where he started yelling at her, prompting her to call Triple 0.
Police patrolling the area saw Ross, who was yelling and riding a bike without a helmet, when they then responded to the emergency call.
Officers found Ross, who allegedly became aggressive towards them and started yelling, "police are harassing me" and "they're trying to shoot me" before he rode off on his bike.
When officers went back to interview the woman, Ross rode nearby and could be heard saying "dog for calling the cops" and in the midst of a tirade used derogatory comments like "slut" and "junkie".
Back-up was called as Ross had allegedly breached an apprehended domestic violence order.
Shortly after, Ross was seen riding his bike in the middle of the road before he was arrested and handcuffed, becoming more agitated and hostile.
Police facts said Ross started hitting himself in the head with his handcuffs and put the chain of cuffs to his throat before making numerous threats that he would "kill himself".
Whilst the police officers were attempting to unlock the rear door, Ross allegedly started hitting his head against the glass panel of the door, causing the window to shatter.
A struggle ensued on the side walk with Ross allegedly thrashing violently, making animal grunting noises and trying to bite the officer.
While calling for back-up, the officers instructed Ross to stop resisting multiple times before he allegedly hit an officer in the arm.
The officer sustained minor cuts from the glass shards and Ross' alleged violent behaviour.
Ross yelled, "I've got Hep C, now you've got it" at the officer who got blood on his hands from Ross' head wound.
With the help of other officers, Ross was eventually put into the rear of the caged vehicle where he started crying, yelling and kicking the door.
Ross was put into a second caged police car, as the first was too badly damaged, before he allegedly kicked the rear door with such force it buckled. T
he officers also had to stop Ross from trying to strangle himself with his shirt.
When at the police station, Ross also allegedly repeatedly head butted the cell door and walls.
The 30-year-old was taken by ambulance to Wollongong Hospital with multiple police guards, where he was handcuffed to a bed.
Police allege Ross became "aggressive, yelling profanities and started head butting the hospital wall from his bed" before he was moved to a separate room and sedated.
Once Ross was coherent, he underwent physical and mental assessments where he was deemed fit to return to the police station.
He was charged with resisting arrest, assaulting an officer in execution of duty, two counts of intentionally or recklessly damaging property, behaving in offensive manner near a public place and stalk or intimidate to cause fear or physical harm.
Ross appeared in court on Monday but was too distressed to apply for bail.
On Friday, Ross, who was again sobbing and rocking back and forth, repeatedly told Magistrate Stoddart that he was "ashamed" and "disgusted in myself and my actions".
"I know I stuffed up," he said. "I'm sorry. I will do anything. I will abide by the strictest conditions. I've got so much to lose out there."
Ross who had previously been diagnosed with schizophrenia will be referred to justice health for assessment.
Ross' case was adjourned to April 9.