Lesley Ashton, prosecuting, said: "The lover responded by going around to the defendant's home where she had a conversation with the defendant's wife.
"The defendant arrived at the address and essentially told the lover to get out of the house.
"The defendant agrees that he did tell the lover to get out of his house, that he was pushing at her, that he did get hold of her pink stick (Ed: !!!!) and did spit at her.
"Clearly being spat at is an unpleasant experience. I do ask you to consider compensation if you think it is appropriate."I…
District judge Nigel Cadbury gave him credit for his early guilty plea. However he said: "I do have to bear in mind you have a number of convictions, one of which was similar although on that occasion it was an assault on your wife and on this occasion a different female.
"To be angry with the female and blame it on anybody else is quite wrong. I think you appreciate that now if you didn't at the time."
Unemployed Akhtar was given a 12 month community order to include supervision for 12 months and unpaid work for 100 hours.*sighs*