A MAN from Deeside carried out a “sustained” attack on his partner and then laughed at her when she begged for him to call an ambulance.

Krysztof Hajdecki, 24, of no fixed abode, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm on Ewelina Binkowska.

Wrexham magistrates remanded him in custody for sentencing at Mold Crown Court on May 3.

Hajdecki attacked Ms Binkowska at her home in Howard Street, Connah’s Quay on April 11 with such ferocity that she suffered a broken arm.

Prosecutor Justin Espie said Ms Binkowska went to the police station with her five-year-old daughter after she was attacked while she slept.

“She told him (Hajdecki) she wanted him out of the house, but he grabbed her hair and caused damage to the house and this occurred once every week for several months up to the incident,” said Mr Espie.

“On the night in question the defendant was again throwing items and she wanted to escape, but he was in a total fury and he pushed her over and kicked her in the face.

“It was a sustained assault that lasted more than 15 minutes. She asked him to call an ambulance as she was in so much pain that she couldn’t move her jaw, but his response was to laugh at her.

“Then he followed her into the street and kicked her all over her body and jumped on her right arm using his full weight.”

Ms Binkowska also suffered a swollen cheek and eye bruising.

David Matthews, defending, said Hajdecki had been drinking. “He accepts he lost control.”